Local Company Accelerates Success with Software Used by the Country’s Largest Casinos | Local business news

A render shows Casino Cash Trac’s proposed expansion of approximately $1.7 million. The company inaugurated the two-storey office project on Saturday.

Rhett Morgan

When it comes to the gaming industry, Casino Cash Trac definitely plays its cards right.

The Tulsa-based company, which provides software to casinos to manage their gaming and accounting operations, moved four years ago to a new 4,800 square foot headquarters at 7835 E. 106th St.

Now he’s expanding that footprint with a two-story office building costing about $1.7 million. The company officially opened the 6,500 square foot structure on Saturday.

“It’s an expansion, kind of the start of a CCT campus, if you will,” said CCT co-founder and CEO Kurt Williams, whose company also leases the top floor of a nearby building.

Some of the largest casinos in the United States use CCT’s platform, Casino Insight, which uses transactional reporting and analytical tools designed to streamline and automate cage operations, revenue audit processes and analysis operations.

The platform offers full integration with most casino, restaurant and hotel management systems, as well as most ATMs, kiosks and other ATMs.

CCT’s biggest clients are Winstar World Casino (Thackerville); the recently renamed Yaamava’ Resort & Casino in San Manuel (Highland, California); Mohegan Sun (Uncasville, Connecticut) and Resorts World Casino in Las Vegas.

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