SAN DIEGO, February 2, 2022 (Newswire.com) – Raving and Quick Custom Intelligence (QCI) have partnered to provide gaming operators an effective software tool with tailored onsite training that aligns marketing, player development, and casino operations. Gaming operators are facing a number of challenges. Most casinos have more data than they can process and analyze and many operators are missing the in-house expertise or have limited resources. The QCI platform, along with Raving’s on-site expert support, gives organizations access to the data they need to make quick, evidence-based decisions in this competitive and ever-changing market.
Andrew Cardno, CTO & Co-Founder of QCI said, “QCI is dedicated to extending a support network for our customers. Through the ecosystem that is now the QCI deployment that touches $10 billion of GGR annually, we have found success with a broad and diverse range of customer partners. Many of our customers use external services to design and execute new initiatives and QCI is proud of how we enable these external services to be empowered through data and tools. Through our partnership with Raving, QCI customer partners can bring in an experienced skill set, such as training of hosts in developing a holistic methodology to manage their customers or through the development of new marketing segmentation strategies. QCI is proud to be working with Raving to bring increased value to the QCI ecosystem.”
“Raving is dedicated to helping our customers achieve their business goals. After careful evaluation of the QCI Platform, we decided to build a practice around bringing our proven methods to the QCI customers. We are already working with mutual customers on driving value and have been delighted with the initial work that we have undertaken. Raving consultants are thought leaders in the gaming industry, and the opportunity to couple the QCI Platform with the Raving Programs will only enhance our ability to serve our customers,” added Raving CEO, Deana Scott.