VizExplorer Announces New Enterprise License Agreement with Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

Third largest Indian Nation in the United States selects VizExplorer’s unified platform to provide operational intelligence to its multiple business and social enterprises

VizExplorer Announces New Enterprise License Agreement with Choctaw Nation of OklahomaSAN DIEGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–VizExplorer, a leading provider of operational intelligence solutions to the gaming industry, today announced that the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma Division of Commerce has signed a seven-year Enterprise License Agreement (ELA). The ELA gives the Nation unlimited access to the VizExplorer technology platform as well as all current and future solutions, and aims to enhance operational intelligence to increase efficiency and revenues across tribal enterprises.

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An existing VizExplorer customer, Choctaw Nation operates an array of businesses including multiple gaming and entertainment destinations throughout Southeastern Oklahoma. In the last two years, VizExplorer has deployed hostVizOps™, campaignViz™ and floorViz™ at various Choctaw Nation gaming properties. This new seven-year agreement gives Choctaw Nation access to all current and future VizExplorer products as well as consulting agreements to build non-packaged solutions to take to market. This agreement also includes the VizExplorer Concierge Program, which includes onsite full-time and part-time resources to help Choctaw Nation develop best practices and tactics to properly utilize the platform.

“We value VizExplorer’s open, collaborative and innovative approach and our team is executing new strategies based on data from our original investment in VizExplorer products,” said Erica Kosemund, Senior Corporate Director of Marketing for the Choctaw Nation’s Division of Commerce. “We look forward to seeing what new technology solutions this partnership will yield, especially as it relates to gaining transparency, increasing efficiency and generating additional revenues in the non-gaming areas of our business.”

“We’re excited to establish this wide ranging partnership with the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma and to deliver solutions that extend well beyond gaming to solve some of their most pressing business concerns,” said Peggy Rogers, Regional VP of Sales–Central Region for VizExplorer.

While VizExplorer already serves more than 50 tribal entities, each new license agreement reinforces the value and relevance of VizExplorer’s platform for casinos in Indian Country. The agreement was handled by VizExplorer reseller Game Changing Technologies, a provider of licensing and consulting services to companies doing business in the casino industry.

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 applications and 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

About Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma Division of Commerce

The Choctaw Nation is the third largest Indian Nation in the United States with close to 200,000 tribal members and 9,000 employees. The Division of Commerce manages an array of businesses including 20 gaming sites, three resorts, six hotels, a KOA RV park, six restaurant franchises, a country market, a printing company, 14 travel plazas, 12 ranches and farms encompassing 65,000 acres where it manages 2,100 cattle and harvest 130,000 pounds of pecans.


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