|[June 11, 2014]
Qualex Consulting Services, Inc. Participates at SAP Sapphire in Orlando
MIAMI --(Business Wire)--
Qualex Consulting Services, Inc. uses predictive analytics with
SAP (News - Alert) HANA to accurately identify and target patrons in real-time for the
casino and hospitality industries. SAP HANA is many magnitudes faster
than legacy databases and helps customers scale seamlessly to millions
of users in the gaming market.
Qualex has created a unique platform called iQ-Gaming™,
which is built on the SAP HANA platform and allows you to gain a
comprehensive patron view, resulting in improved patron experience
and increased revenue by:
Consolidating marketing and revenue management data, getting a better
view of your patrons and their spending habits.
Accurately measuring and predicting patron behavior to build a better
customer experience, increasing profits and ROI.
Enhancing patron interaction strategies, products and services to
direct marketing efforts towards your most profitable atrons.
Gathering information from social networks to place promotional ads.
Qualex CEO Clive Pearson says: "We are planning to launch this
offering in our rapidly growing Asian market as it can seamlessly scale
to millions of users and deliver a personalized experience to each and
every one of them." See
more details here
SAP HANA is a completely revolutionary, real-time database platform. It
streamlines analysis, planning, predictive analytics and sentiment
breakdown providing businesses a comprehensive real-time solution.
About Qualex Consulting Services, Inc.
Qualex Consulting Services, Inc. is a technology and professional
consulting company dedicated to providing a wide range of information
technology and communications, as well as related products and services.
For more information about Qualex go to: www.qlx.com
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