Sycuan Casino Resort teams up with Source1 to boost procurement processes

January 23, 2024
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Both will collaborate to improve savings and program efficiency.

Data and technology company Source1 has teamed up with Sycuan Casino Resort to support its procurement processes. The duo will work to improve cost savings and increase efficiency in the casino.

Source1 President Sarah Davie described its partnership with Sycuan as a significant step in helping the casino reach its goals.

She commented, "We are thrilled to welcome Sycuan into our best-in-class Source1 program for casinos and resorts. This partnership marks a significant step in our commitment to supporting Sycuan in achieving substantial savings.

"By leveraging the expertise and power of Source1, we aim to not only streamline their purchasing processes but also provide actionable insights that will empower Sycuan to make informed decisions.

"Our team is dedicated to ensuring that this collaboration not only meets but exceeds Sycuan's expectations, delivering tangible value and efficiency to their operations."

Source1 is a brand of the Buyers Edge Platform. The group is known for streamlining hospitality procurement workflows, as well as for providing insights for supply chain management and securing optimal pricing for its members.

Sycuan Casino Resort Director of Procurement Yvonne Manning discussed the destination’s eagerness to work with Source1 by saying, "We are excited to embark on this journey with Source1. Their cutting-edge technology and expertise will play a pivotal role in enhancing our supply chain operations.

“We look forward to not only realizing significant cost savings but also leveraging advanced tools that will optimize our entire procurement process."

The California casino resort recently donated $180,000 to 25 different charities. The company presented the gifts during its 2023 Holiday Gift Giving Ceremony.

The charities are selected every year by the Sycuan Tribal Council and the Sycuan Executive Team members. The group has held the Holiday Gift Giving Ceremony at Sycuan for more than 10 years.

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