San Diego, CA – May 23, 2012 - BIS² announced today a further expansion of its distribution network into Latin America by appointing the Seidlitz Group and its companies based in Ecuador and Chile.
“We are pleased to be representing the BIS² technology in Latin America. We have a strong connection with the region and see great opportunities to work with local casino operators to bring this proven world-leading gaming analytics technology to them,” said Alex Seidlitz, CEO of the Group companies. “The feedback we are getting from casino operators is that they are very impressed with the BIS² technology and that it can really help them to understand to a whole new level, slot machine performance and customer preferences,” added Seidlitz.
“We are pleased to have Seidlitz join the BIS² distributor network offering the BIS² multi-award winning technology to casino operators. Latin America represents an increasingly substantial and growing share of the world gaming market,” states Mukesh Gordhan, BIS² CEO. “The region is strategically important and we see this partnership as another step in establishing a strong presence in Latin America,” added Gordhan.
“The challenge of being able to better understand data is a problem that exists for all casino operators all over the world. The power of visual query is something we do exceptionally well at BIS² and I am pleased that we can offer our technology to casino operators in Latin America,” said Andrew Cardno, BIS² CTO. “I have been very impressed with the team at Seidlitz and their ability to represent us,” Cardno added.
BIS²’s gameViz industry solution allows casino operators to directly interrogate their data without the requirement for ETL, and see the results visually using innovative and powerful Super Graphics™. gameViz represents the next generation of advanced data visualization software for strategic, operational, and analytical users of gaming data. It enables users to understand and take action on their gaming data in a new way. Using Super Graphics to view complex data analysis gives the users a better way to understand their data and quickly identify patterns and improvement opportunities.