Signature Systems to provide PDQ POS to Red Lake Gaming Enterprises

June 24, 2024
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This will be utilized at the three Seven Clans Casino locations.

Signature Systems (SSI) has partnered with Red Lake Gaming Enterprises to provide its PDQ POS product. 

The aim of this deal is to enhance the food and beverage operations at the three Seven Clans Casino locations, operated by Red Lake Gaming Enterprises in Minnesota. 

Seven Clans Red Lake, Seven Clans Warroad and Seven Clans Thief River Falls will take advantage of SSI’s POS products, which will involve installing kiosks and their 3-in-1-POS hybrids, related to the guest ordering process.  

While the trio will also integrate PDQ POS into their hotels, for a hospitality and food & beverage reporting solution. 

Seven Clans Casinos CEO Angela Dauphinais said: “This upgrade is part of our commitment to offering the best experience to our guests at all three Seven Clans locations.  

“PDQ POS gives us hospitality capabilities that we've never had before, but just as important to us, they value the importance of providing full support of their products. We know we can count on them to ensure our profit centers are running as efficiently as they can be.” 

Seven Clans Casino – Thief River Falls General Manager Verdell Beaulieu Jr commented: "Our new POS is an upgrade for our amenities, enabling exciting new capabilities and a further enhanced guest experience.” 

Signature Sytems, Inc. EVP/CTO John White added: “The Tribal Casino space continues to be a place where our POS just clicks.  

“Seven Clans Casinos will now receive the industry-leading support and features the PDQ brand is known for. We hope our partnership with this important community business will help them continue to thrive in an increasingly competitive space.” 

In other Tribal news, Catawba Two Kings Casino has introduced 12 new live table games at its temporary location in South Carolina. 


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