Signature Systems pulls trigger for integration with Casino Cash Trac

August 23, 2022
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This will allow Live! Casino & Hotel locations to implement SSI technology into its daily audit.

Signature Systems, Inc. (SSI) has announced an integration with Casino Insight’s creator, Casino Cash Trac (CCT). The integration will be deployed via Signature System’s PDQ POS at several Live! Casino & Hotel sites, which are part of The Cordish Companies.

Signature Systems Executive Vice President and CTO John White said: “We’re thrilled to seamlessly integrate with Casino Insight, as the end result measurably and meaningfully enhances our comprehensive service offering within the gaming industry.”

Casino Insights was designed to “aggregate and centralize cash balances across the casino floor,” as well as to streamline cash usage and provide a safeguard against potential fraud. The technology is currently in use in 195 casinos.

CCT Chief Revenue Officer Wanor Franca explained the company’s commitment to reaching mutually beneficial goals with its partners.

He commented: “CCT relationships are rooted in a shared vision of helping clients use technology to overcome challenges and improve operations.

“The partnership with Signature Systems allows operators to easily implement the POS solution and integrate it into their daily F&B audit all the way to the G/L upload adding operational benefits and financial values to the organization.”

Cordish Gaming Group Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer Frank Bonini said the company is committed to running its locations accurately and efficiently.

He commented: “At Live! Casinos & Hotels, efficiency and accuracy are critical. We are always looking for solutions that could be deployed across our entire organization. CCT and SSI have allowed us to better concentrate our efforts on our core goals as an organization by eliminating several manual processes and spreadsheets across our operations.”

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