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KwaTaqNuk Resort Picks Agilysys

KwaTaqNuk Resort Picks Agilysys

Agilysys, Inc., a leading provider of next-generation hospitality software solutions and services, announced that KwaTaqNuk Resort and Casino in Polson, Montana, has selected Visual One PMS and InfoGenesis POS to streamline operations and enhance guest service at the 111-room property, which is owned and managed by S&K Gaming.

The resort, which recently underwent a $4.6 million renovation, caters to both business and leisure travelers, with a 24-hour casino, full-service restaurant and lounge, and large meeting facility. The S&K Gaming executive team wanted state-of-the-art technology that would increase operational efficiency and enhance guest service across the entire property.

Visual One PMS, a comprehensive and fully integrated property management system, offers a wide range of best-in-class features and functionality, including front office operations, guest history, housekeeping, reservations management and more.

InfoGenesis POS is Agilysys’ award-winning point-of-sale system that combines easy-to-use terminal and tablet touch-screen applications with industry-leading offline capabilities. Designed for multi-unit and complex operations, InfoGenesis POS features real-time reporting, support for flexible menu types, and multi-language capabilities that drive service flexibility and increase operational efficiency.

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