SkyCity and Quick Custom Intelligence (QCI), a US-based gambling technology company, have jointly announced that the QCI Slots Platform will now be available at all four SkyCity locations in New Zealand and Australia.
SkyCity group manager of product performance and analysis, Judd Hallas, said: "SkyCity has been searching for gaming analytics products – and with QCI we have found the right solution.
"The product being delivered by QCI allows us to have better access and utilize our gaming data, unified for all of our properties which are distributed across two countries."
SkyCity Entertainment Group Limited is a tourism, leisure and entertainment company located in New Zealand. The group is dual-listed on the New Zealand and Australian stock exchanges.
SkyCity operates integrated entertainment complexes in three New Zealand locations (Auckland, Hamilton and Queenstown) and Adelaide, Australia.
QCI CTO Andrew Cardno commented: "After a twelve-month evaluation process we are proud to now be deploying into SkyCity. SkyCity is a true enterprise deployment that spans two currencies and merges seven different systems together into a single consolidated view.
"Furthermore, we see this business partnership with SkyCity, a premier operator in the Asia Pacific market, as a natural step from our many large multi-property deployments in the USA."
Software provided by QCI has been added to over 85 casino resorts in North America and over 4,000 sites worldwide. Based in San Diego, the company was founded by Dr. Ralph Thomas and Andrew Cardno.
QCI also has offices in Las Vegas, Nevada, St. Louis, Missouri, Dallas, Texas and Phoenix, Arizona.