American slot and casino management systems innovator, Konami Gaming Incorporated, has announced the signing of a deal that is to see southern California’s Morongo Casino Resort and Spa utilize its Synkros casino management system in order to optimize growth and profitability.

Innovative casino management system:

The Las Vegas-headquartered developer used an official press release to declare that its scalable Synkros innovation is an ‘industry-leading system’ that comes complete with ‘robust marketing capabilities’ as well as ‘flexible architecture and dependable performance.’ It stated that the advance interfaces with existing property management systems and offers clients the ability to provide ‘a catered approach to engaging and entertaining player audiences.’

Developer is ‘fully committed’:

Konami Gaming Inc is a subsidiary of Japanese gaming and entertainments conglomerate, Konami Holdings Corporation, and its Executive Vice-President and Chief Commercial Officer, Tom Jingoli, proclaimed that his firm is ‘fully committed to the success’ of the ‘pioneering initiatives for continued growth’ being offered by Morongo Casino Resort and Spa.

Jingoli’s statement read…

“Morongo [Casino Resort and Spa] has been an incredible long-time partner on the games side of the business so it was especially meaningful when we found out that Synkros was selected to help further optimize the casino’s future growth opportunities.”

Expanding tribal casino:

The 310-room Morongo Casino Resort and Spa is located approximately 85 miles east of Los Angeles in rural Riverside County and features nine restaurants alongside a 150,000 sq ft casino offering gaming tables as well as a selection of over 2,000 slots. The 27-story California development is owned and operated by the federally-recognized Morongo Band of Mission Indians and recently unveiled a $300 million expansion plan that is to see it add 65,000 sq ft of gaming space in order to accommodate up to 800 additional machines.

Long-term ‘collaboration’:

The tribal casino’s Chief Operating Officer, John James, detailed that his venue has ‘worked in close collaboration’ with Konami Gaming Incorporated ‘for years’ and could now not ‘be more thrilled’ to have extended this partnership to now encompass ‘systems technology.’

James’ statement read…

“Morongo Casino Resort and Spa strives to offer our guests a uniquely distinct experience, fueled by innovation. After thorough examination, it was clear that Synkros provides the best systems environment for creative application, flexible control and stable reliability. Above all, we’re looking forward to engaging Synkros to showcase a variety of exciting new player conveniences and reward experiences.”