Longhorn Hotel & Casino implements Agilysys hospitality software

March 15, 2024
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The casino aims to improve guest services with this technology.

Las Vegas’ Longhorn Hotel & Casino has incorporated Agilysys’ hospitality software into its system.

Agilysys technology assists properties with guest interaction to boost frequent return visits and implements cost-saving software to potentially reduce operating expenses.

Longhorn Director of Special Projects and Corporate Security Mark Rodney explained how utilizing Agilysys software can benefit the casino as well as its patrons.

He said, “It can be challenging for a smaller casino like ours to find an affordable hospitality-focused solutions provider that also gives us the bells and whistles needed to succeed with our guests. But with Agilysys, we went from suboptimal, outdated and unsupported systems to integrated, intuitive, technologically advanced hotel and casino solutions that align with our needs today and can support our goals over the long term as they evolve.

“We now have a total hospitality solution that empowers staff members to work seamlessly and easily on their own, along with elevated reporting capabilities for our auditors and administrative people alike.”

Agilysys provides hospitality software solutions that are compatible with Windows, Android and iOS devices. Its latest software development includes multi-language support, as well as reporting and analysis features, an enterprise-grade menu and item configuration capabilities.

Agilysys VP of Sales Darren Student commented, “Modern, integrated state-of-the-art technology that unites operations and intelligence across hotel, casino and restaurant experiences can set a property apart, even in the highly competitive gaming and hospitality industry.

“Along with high performance and deep, broad feature sets, we also build into Agilysys solutions the flexibility to elegantly scale both up – for large hotels and resorts – and down for smaller, more intimate properties such as Longhorn Hotel and Casino, so that gaming and hospitality organizations of all sizes can benefit from the innovation investments we make.”

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