The Marketing Systems Manager
Marketing and operations executives always have a need for information from their casino management system. Fortunately, designers of these systems predicted many of those needs and designed a series of reports that can be run by the system. Of course accessing those reports requires training and skills senior executives often do not have the time to learn. In addition, executives often have a need for information these reports cannot answer. Who then does the executive turn to in order to extract the information he/she needs to make an informed decision?
Every casino marketing department has a group of professionals that know how to perform certain operations within the casino management system. The bus manager knows how to set up groups, assign tracking codes and monitor the performance of each bus. The promotions/special events manager knows how to set up an event and track expenses, forecast revenue and prepare proformas. The database manager knows how to pull mailing lists given a set of gaming criteria. Each member understands specific components of the casino management system. Few, if any, know how to operate all of the marketing modules within the player tracking system.View Full Article