Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort installs QCI Slots in Mount Pleasant, Michigan

July 13, 2023
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Soaring Eagle Resort and Casino hopes the new partnership will enhance player experiences, optimize operations and drive business growth.

Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort and Quick Custom Intelligence (QCI) have jointly announced that the casino in Mount Pleasant, Michigan has installed QCI Slots.

Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort will integrate the QCI Artificial General Intelligence Platform and will look to benefit from its capabilities. Soaring Eagle Resort and Casino hopes the new partnership will enhance player experiences, optimize operations and drive business growth.

Kirk Walraven, Director of Slot Operations for Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort said, "The gaming operations team at Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort are very excited to begin using QCI Slots. Leveraging QCI's Slots tool will allow our team to quickly identify revenue opportunities and enhance our guest's gaming experience, cementing our position as the premier gaming operator in central Michigan."

Andrew Cardno, CTO of QCI said, "Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort's choice to implement QCI Slots is a testament to the significance of continuously evolving our products to perfectly align with our customers' requirements. We are thrilled that Soaring Eagle recognized the immense value of our Host and Marketing tools on the QCI Artificial General Intelligence Platform, leading them to acquire QCI Slots.

“This partnership signifies a strong and strategic business relationship with Soaring Eagle, an esteemed operator in the Michigan market. We have full confidence that our tried-and-tested product will continue to fulfil the expanding needs of Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort."

This month QCI announced its new COO in the form of artificial intelligence Jarvis. Jarvis will be responsible for project management, task escalation and currently reads and processes all of the CEO's emails.


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