Lucky Star and the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribe have selected Casino Cash Trac’s Insight Cage Vault (ICV) solution for all their properties in Oklahoma.
Charlie Welbourne, Lucky Star’s CEO said: “CCT has a tremendous reputation in the gaming industry and we are excited to have them as our partner in this reopening effort. CCT will help us with our newly implemented Covid procedures by eliminating all the paperwork previously used by cage operations and automating our processes.”
Since its inception in 2012, Casino Cash Trac has been helping casinos across the US with its solution for cage operations and revenue audit automation. Lucky Star selected CCT Insight Cage Vault (ICV) solution because CCT is a trusted and proven partner in the gaming industry.
“Finding a complete solution for our cage and revenue audit to meet our needs and budget with scalability was a challenge. CCT provided a comprehensive and innovative system accompanied with extraordinary customer service. With CCT, we will have real time access to our cash on hand at all properties and our revenue audit team will reduce their audit time of all gaming and non-gaming segments.”, said Stephanie Black, Lucky Star’s CFO.
“We are honoured Lucky Star Casinos chose our ICV solution and we look forward to providing efficiencies and savings for their operations,” said CCT’s COO Daniel Roe. “It has been a very tough time for the gaming industry, and we wanted to provide efficient solutions to the market. The Insight Cage Vault solution focuses on helping cage operations, by eliminating all paper and excel spreadsheets to improve communication all the way to revenue audit. It is the only proven solution in the industry with over 170 casinos. The power of our ICV is its ability to capture all cage transactions, provide real time cash on hand and real time variance reporting, allowing casinos to be proactive and focus on customer service to their patrons.”
Lucky Star Casinos are owned and operated by the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma. Lucky Star Casinos are located throughout Oklahoma in Concho (El Reno), Clinton, Canton, Watonga, and Travel Centers in Hammon and Concho.