Win Systems, the leading provider in the gaming and entertainment industry, reinforces its position in Costa Rica together with the prominent Casino Concorde in San Jose, the capital city. After its reopening, the casino executives are buttressing their strategic bet on Win Systems by installing Wigos, its powerful casino management system. The shift to the new system pursues the optimization of the casino operations management, through technologically advanced solutions such as Intellia (advanced business intelligence tool), WinStats (executive analysis tool for mobile phones) and PlaySafe (new set of functionalities to maximize profitability while keeping social distancing).
In addition, Casino Concorde recently added a new premium electronic roulette Gold Club with the dual system that allows players to choose whether they prefer to play the traditional roulette game or the innovative roulette game Huo Long. This electronic roulette joins the gaming offer of the famous casino, which includes another Gold Club electronic roulette and several GameStar slot machines which have long been delighting players with magnificent results.
Jorge Hidalgo, owner of Casino Concorde, said: “Our players know that we offer high quality entertainment in a completely safe environment with all the preventive measures. This is one of the keys for our success, and we are sure that Win Systems is the right strategic partner to elevate our gaming offer another step beyond in quality and variety, while optimizing our management processes.”
Eric Benchimol, CEO of Win Systems, commented: “We are very proud that our clients strengthen and widen their bet on our gaming solutions and systems. Pride is even doubled when it is such an important casino as Casino Concorde, which is a model for our sector in the region, in such difficult and challenging times. These installations reinforce our role as a safe bet in our industry. I want to thank the Casino Concorde executives for their trust, and the amazing Win Systems team that made it possible.”