QCI to install AGI53 platform at Meskwaki Bingo Casino & Hotel

December 8, 2023
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Casino hotel employees will soon begin training to use the new system.

Meskwaki Bingo Casino & Hotel has selected Quick Custom Intelligence (QCI) to install its QCI AGI53 Platform at the Tama, Iowa casino. The company will distribute the platform to the casino’s player development, marketing and casino operations teams.

The casino hotel noted that its teams will soon begin training on the new system.

Meskwaki Bingo Casino & Hotel Assistant General Manager Spencer Wolf said, "We are excited to add the suite of QCI products. They will not only make us more efficient but will assist us in achieving our goal of constantly improving the guest experience.

“The QCI Enterprise Platform, especially with the AGI53 release, brings in industry-changing features. The QCI Power Pack allows us to seamlessly integrate and optimize our operations, and the enhanced QCI Events module will redefine how we engage and entertain our patrons. This upgrade demonstrates QCI's commitment to being a leader in innovation."

Meskwaki Bingo Casino Hotel was built in 1992 and is home to 67,000 square feet of casino space, as well as 366 hotel rooms and suites.

QCI CEO Ralph Thomas commented, "We thank Meskwaki Bingo Casino & Hotel for their decision to partner with QCI as their data and resort tooling provider. QCI is committed to further innovation to meet the need of gaming resort operators.

“The QCI AGI Platform was developed specifically for resort casinos, allowing their hosts, marketing executives, and casino gaming operators team to function in a modern data-enriched environment.

"With over 4,000 gaming executives currently utilizing the QCI platform worldwide, we are confident our proven product will continue to meet the dynamic needs of Meskwaki Bingo Casino & Hotel."


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