Table Trac to install CasinoTrac at Taos Mountain Casino

March 12, 2024
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The agreement sees it replace a competitor's system.

Table Trac is set to install its CasinoTrac casino management system at Taos Moutain Casino in Taos, New Mexico. 

This installation at the Taos Mountain Casino will be the first installation Table Trac has made in New Mexico. 

The casino will install PlayerLINQ – CasinoTrac's 6.2” touchscreen player tracking interface, CTLoyalty and slot accounting solutions, along with DataTrac, which is the company’s proprietary business intelligence and analytics platform. 

TableTrac has made similar agreements in recent months to install its casino management system at the Apache Lone Star Casino, Cactus Jack’s Casino in Carson City and Legendary Waters Resort and Casino

Taos Mountain Casino General Manager, Ms. Jennifer Welty, said: “Our Team at Taos Mountain Casino is very excited to work with the team at CasinoTrac.  

“We were looking for a company that still believes in customer service. We believe we have found that with Casino Trac and their team. We look forward to building that relationship and all that they offer.”  

Table Trac President Chad Hoehne added: “We are excited and honored to be chosen by Jen and her team at Taos Mountain Casino. 

“We are confident CasinoTrac’s highly secure, unified, and stable platform will help drive profits and top-notch player experience, the experiences players have come to expect, playing at the ‘Home of the Winning Smile.’” 

Back in December, Table Trac completed a ‘First of its Kind’ integration project with TransAct Technologies to provide an on-demand printing solution. 


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