POS To Help Blaze The Off-Strip Trail In Vegas;
Eighty Percent of All Major Casinos in Las Vegas Now Feature InfoGenesis Technology
|Santa Barbara, CA (July 18, 2006) – InfoGenesis,
the leading hospitality technology company in the United States, has just
announced a partnership with Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa in Las Vegas.
This destination resort is the largest ever built off the Las Vegas Strip
and represents an emerging trend the Las Vegas market: new-found, off-strip
luxury. Station Casinos, the parent company for Red Rock, selected
InfoGenesis POS to tie all their premier properties together in a massive
enterprise-level system—helping them work smarter and put guests at the
center of what they do.
Station Casinos has now installed InfoGenesis solutions in eight of its Southern Nevada properties. The $925-million Red Rock Resort is the most expensive off-Strip casino ever built in the Vegas area and is also the largest entertainment venue ever built by publicly-held Station Casinos, Inc. It is located on 70 acres in Summerlin, Nevada, and is home to a 25,000 square-foot spa, nine restaurants, a nightclub and countless gaming activities. A three-acre pool area offers a main pool and fountain, private pool areas, cabanas, wading pools and poolside gaming featuring blackjack tables, a café and beverage service. The resort is adorned with 3 million crystals showcased throughout dozens of chandeliers.
“We’re a proud partner with Station Casinos in developing one of the largest enterprise POS systems in the industry,” said Mark Tapling, COO of InfoGenesis. “The scalable nature of our solutions and the ability to support a better guest experience has everything to do with InfoGenesis capturing 80 percent of major casino POS business in Las Vegas over the past several years.”
“For us, InfoGenesis POS equates to superior reporting and the ability to give our guests the attention they deserve,” said Steven Bastille, IT Director of Station Casinos. “With Station Casinos continuing to build premier destination casinos in the Las Vegas area, we plan to tap into InfoGenesis technology to make our point-of-sale operations more profitable, easier to manage, and more guest-oriented.”
InfoGenesis has provided technology solutions for more than 20 years. During that time, clients have experienced high return on investment through innovative technology, industry-leading service and receiving actionable business data. InfoGenesis was acquired by Warburg Pincus in 2004 and is headquartered in Santa Barbara, CA. InfoGenesis Las Vegas is located at 6775 Edmond St., Suite 100, Las Vegas, NV 89118; Phone 702.759.4700; Fax 702.759.4800. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.infogenesis.com.
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