Money and ticket counters help new casinos stand out
When new casino markets open, there are many incentives for new businesses to make a good first impression, but doing so requires the help of operational tools like money and ticket counters. These products stay in the workrooms and help employees speed their money-counting duties. Because they work so quickly at counting out cash, the workers can spend more time on other projects. This will enable more people to be out on the floor and assisting customers.
Casinos recently came into the news in New York. Gov. Andrew Cuomo is asking the Gaming Commission of New York to consider reopening bids for a new casino, Press Connects reported. The casino stands to make a lot of money if it can leave a good impression. When casinos open, people are curious about how it compares with others. If there are other casinos that provide faster or better service, then people may travel elsewhere. Having quality service that isn't hindered by a lot of cumbersome backroom operations can help. The more employees there are working with customers, the happier those patrons are likely to be.
Albany Business Review reported that Saratoga Springs, New York, may get a new casino as well. This is one of up to four new casinos that will come to upstate New York within the next one to two years of receiving their licenses. Casinos that open in new markets stand to earn cash when they offer exceptional service and great entertainment. But people with four casinos to choose from are going to pick the best one. When a casino orders quality money and ticket counters, it can help speed the customer experience in other areas by taking some of the burden off of back-office business.
January 15, 2015