Saddle West to install Table Trac's CasinoTrac

April 16, 2024
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The deal will see Table Trac offering Saddle West a suite of tools that aim to streamline operations and boost player engagement.

Table Trac, a provider of casino management systems, has inked a deal with Saddle West Hotel Casino & RV Resort in Pahrump, Nevada.

The deal will see Saddle West implementing Table Trac’s flagship product, the CasinoTrac casino management system, to replace its existing system in an attempt to streamline operations and enhance the overall patron experience.

Executive management at Saddle West expressed enthusiasm for the partnership, citing CasinoTrac's suite of features as a good fit for their operations.

A spokesperson for Saddle West stated: “The a la carte features, security offered through the lightweight server footprint, solid warranties, upgrades and lifetime licensing set CasinoTrac head and shoulders above the competition.”

Chad Hoehne, President of Table Trac, also commented: “Thank you Saddle West, we are grateful for being recognized by such a reputable operator.

“This is a significant step in our expansion plans, adding an additional operator in southern Nevada. We look forward to a long, beneficial relationship.”

Under the agreement, Saddle West Casino will deploy PlayerLINQ, CasinoTrac's 6.2-inch touchscreen player tracking interface, alongside CTLoyalty for patron marketing, promotions administration and management.

This comprehensive suite of tools hopes to enable Saddle West to optimize its operations, enhance player engagement and drive growth in an ever-competitive market.

Earlier this year, Table Trac struck a similar deal with Taos Mountain Casino in New Mexico – a move that saw the company installing its CasinoTrac casino management system to replace a competitor’s system.


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