Novomatic AG Hails NovoVision Performance in Italy

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Alan Campbell

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Last Updated on 22nd March 2024, 09:35 AM

Novomatic AG Hails NovoVision Performance in Italy

International gaming technologies firm Novomatic AG has hailed the impact its NovoVision casino management solution has made on business at the pair of casino locations of Casino di Venezia-branded enterprises run by Italian operator Casino di Venezia Gioco SpA.

The Austrian innovator inked a deal in 2020 in order to have its NovoVision handle core functionalities for the over 600 slots run by the two casinos in Italy, including their player management, accounting, and reporting duties. 

The company revealed this solution additionally comes with modules to deal with access and business intelligence undertakings alongside systems to attract more traffic via the tendering of special events and jackpots.

Abundant Acclamation

Novomatic AG declared its NovoVision innovation has since ‘had a significant impact on daily business in the two venues’ by providing them with ‘greatly enhanced and fast access processes’ covering guest and security data alongside business intelligence functionalities.

Martin Lypka from Novomatic AG detailed the two casinos locations now utilizing his firm’s NovoVision encompass the Casino di Venezia-branded venue sitting alongside Venice’s Grand Canal, which is one of the oldest gambling-friendly facilities in Italy, in addition to the analogously-named enterprise situated near Venice Marco Polo Airport.

“We are delighted to call Casino di Venezia Gioco SpA one of our long-standing customers and I would like to thank the management for its trust and the excellent business relationship,” Lypka said. “Our close cooperation has not only enabled us to improve the casinos’ internal processes but also to enhance the gaming experience for their guests.”

Comprehensive Control

Novomatic AG proclaimed its NovoVision solution gathers a wealth of data in real time across an entire operation so as to allow casino operators to fulfil ‘obligatory reporting requirements and accounting’. 

It stated that this permits such partners to make ‘informed and fact-based decisions’ while keeping an eye on ‘all significant events’ potentially requiring attention, such as floor control and machine information undertakings.

The Gumpoldskirchen-headquartered company pronounced its NovoVision advance moreover comes complete with fingerprint-focused biometric capabilities that have helped the two Italian casinos ‘eliminate the long queues of guests waiting to enter during peak hours’. 

It asserted that all of this is complemented by around-the-clock monitoring and technical support, as well as ‘the guarantee of knowing any future custom requirements will also be implemented by our team of experts’.

Operator Optimism

Alessandro Cattarossi from Casino di Venezia Gioco SpA joined in the NovoVision praise by describing the implementation of the system as ‘a great choice’ that allows his company’s pair of Venice casinos ‘to streamline our processes and optimize our efficiency on a daily basis’ while simultaneously enhancing customer experiences via a ‘player-centric approach’.

“At the same time, it provides us with solid data that helps us make the right decisions for strategic planning and future investments,” Cattarossi said. “With NovoVision, we know we are secure, thoroughly informed, and ahead of the curve.”

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Alan Campbell
Alan Campbell

Alan Campbell has been reporting on the global gambling industry ever since graduating from university in the late-1990s with degrees in journalism, English and history. Now headquartered in the northern English city of Sheffield, he has written on a plethora of topics, companies, regulatory developments and technological innovations for a large number of traditional and digital publications from around the planet.

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