Casino Technology increases market share in Georgia with massive CMS installations

Casino Technology, market share, Georgia, CMS installations
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Casino Technology steadily increases its market share in Georgia, proving to be a reliable system provider for operators with wide spread installations of RHINO Casino Management System in main locations throughout the country.

Now thousand units of machines are connected to RHINO as the massive penetration of the system has been a continuous process for a year now with Casino Technology holding 25% market share in Georgia already.

RHINO Casino Management System serves as a backbone management instrument for the operations at locations in towns of Tbilisi, Rustavi. The feedback from operators is excellent because RHINO gives them the ability to simplify a dynamic environment into an easy interpretable synced data, availed through easy to manage tools.

Nikola Nenkov, CMS Training and Development commented: “RHINO Casino management System is versatile and able to deliver the needs of all size of casino locations with the needed tools for real-time decision making.

“The common modules of the system are simple to use, with all needed detailed reports and analyses in one place”, explained Mr Nenkov and added that the system is enhanced with new modules on regular basis as the latest are Happy Hour, Money Back, Bill Clearance, Slot Performance Analysis, Cashier module with added more functionalities.

Nina Alexandrova General Manager of Casino Technology Georgia said: “We offer localized 24/7 service that only add to the personalised approach towards our clients that guarantees fast and responsive support”. The offered real time immediate multilingual (in English, Russian, etc.) customer support via telephone, email or chat suits all types of customers and answers their quires. “We aim to ensure that our products are performing well and as part of the ongoing customer-supplier relationship, our technical support team are committed to making sure this happens”, Mrs Alexandrova added.

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