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Navajo Nation Selects VizExplorer Managed Services for Marketing

October 9, 2018

LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct 9, 2018--VizExplorer, a leading provider of operational intelligence solutions for casinos, today announced that it has signed a new contract with Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise (NNGE). According to the agreement, NNGE will deploy VizExplorer’s campaignViz™ at its four casinos located in New Mexico and Arizona, and has chosen Managed Services––a consulting program that involves operating campaignViz and advising the teams overseeing casino marketing operations.

Operating four casinos in competitive gaming markets, NNGE has more than 2900 slot machines as well as table games, poker and Bingo in nearly 430,000 square feet of gaming space. Eager to adopt a multi-property marketing strategy and address its business needs at the enterprise level, NNGE executives turned to VizExplorer for campaignViz as well as its strategic and tactical casino operations expertise.

With VizExplorer Managed Services, NNGE gains a VizExplorer gaming consultant as a virtual member of its team to aid the deployment and operation of the campaignViz software. In close collaboration with NNGE’s marketing team, VizExplorer consultants will assess each casino’s marketing strategy, and make recommendations for new or modified campaigns to optimize revenue, margin and other departmental objectives.

“ We sought an enterprise marketing solution to span our properties and look forward to this journey with VizExplorer. We are impressed that its solutions are designed to address a range of operational needs, and we’re excited to see how this relationship grows as our business needs evolve,” said Glenn Connolly, Executive Director of Marketing for Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise.

“VizExplorer welcomes Navajo Nation as a customer and we’re honored to be chosen for this engagement that spans four casinos. We view it as further evidence that our highly scalable, enterprise-level technology platform is meeting the needs of modern casino operators,” said Kyle Gryzanoski, VizExplorer’s VP of Sales–Western Region.

NNGE was established in 2006 to provide modern gaming entertainment on the Navajo Nation to both visitors and members. Currently, NNGE operates four gaming establishments––Fire Rock Navajo Casino, Flowing Water Navajo Casino and Northern Edge Navajo Casino in New Mexico, and Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort in Arizona. NNGE joins more than 60 other tribal entities currently using the VizExplorer platform. The agreement was handled by VizExplorer reseller Game Changing Technologies, a distributor of business intelligence software and other software products that are beneficial to the casino business.

VizExplorer will exhibit in booth 3630 at G2E Las Vegas, held October 8-11, 2018 at The Sands Expo. Request a demonstration today.

About VizExplorer

VizExplorer offers operational intelligence (OI) solutions to the gaming industry. The next generation in data-driven decision making, OI lets businesses analyze live, fast-changing data and take immediate action using a single toolset. VizExplorer’s tools help enterprises address smart space and profit optimization, marketing campaign management, CRM and customer service, and service and dispatch management. VizExplorer is led by a team of distinguished OI experts, seasoned industry veterans and world class software developers devoted to building the very best products backed by extraordinary support. VizExplorer is headquartered in San Diego, with offices in Las Vegas and Wellington, New Zealand. www.vizexplorer.com

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KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA ARIZONA NEVADA NEW MEXICO

INDUSTRY KEYWORD: ENTERTAINMENT CASINO/GAMING TECHNOLOGY DATA MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE

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