Intellera, leading providers of workflow management and business intelligence solutions, today announced that it will implement an advanced workflow management solution at the Casino de Montréal, Québec’s biggest casino.
Montreal-based Intellera will implement and customize WorkflowGen™, an advanced software solution from French developer Advantys. Intellera has exclusive rights to resell and integrate Advantys solutions in Canada.
The implementation of Togel Singapore WorkflowGen™ at the Casino de Montréal will facilitate and accelerate the completion of key business processes. Initially, WorkflowGen™ will be used to automate numerous information technology (IT) and human resources (HR) procedures. Some examples include the new employee setup process, security, system and network access, leave applications and government forms. WorkflowGen™ offers the flexibility of a Web-based architecture and allows for requests and approvals to be administered remotely, from any location.
“The announcement of our contract with Loto-Québec – through the Casino de Montréal – represents a very prestigious client account for Intellera,” said Jonathan Maldoff, President, Intellera. “Québec’s casinos are among the most sophisticated operations in the gaming industry. We look forward to working with the Casino de Montréal and hope to rollout similar workflow management solutions at Loto-Québec’s other casinos, the Casino du Lac-Leamy and the Casino de Charlevoix,” Mr. Maldoff added.
Intellera is a leading provider of workflow management and business intelligence solutions. Founded in 1995 and headquartered in Montreal, Intellera has implemented cost-effective systems that measure performance and drive profitability with clients including: Black Photo Corp., Hasbro, Shoppers Drug Mart and Telus Geomatics.
Wireless Gambling Is Born: “SMS-TV” Wireless Technology Set to Play Major Role
Sit On Your Couch, Point Your Cell Phone at Your TV Screen, and Place Your Bet
SMS-TV technology is about to explode globally. Precisely because it is relatively unregulated.
Unlike land line telephone service, most cell phone services, and dial-up Internet, cable television’s cables and satellite transmissions are not regulated by such US government laws as the 1961 Wire Act. While gambling and obscenity are regulated by the federal government over telecom technologies, they are unable to restrict cable TV, or more importantly, interactive TV.
Sit on your couch, point your cell phone at your TV screen, and text-message your placement of a $10 casino chip on the roulette wheel’s number 24, You’ve just placed a real bet, and can watch the spin of the wheel, and the results in real time. Fans of FOX-TV’s American Idol have been enjoying SMS-TV technology every time they have text messaged their votes.
Publicly traded Zone4play is about to offer Texas Hold’em Poker and Bingo gambling games to such current clients as Cablevision.
Other popular uses range from virtual reality (keep changing your perspectives as you “sit” in an actual race car during a real race) to non-gambling family games, to interactive pornography.
According to Juniper Research, a respected technology industry resource relied upon by Wall Street, wireless gambling will generate as much as $18 Billion annually by 2008. Where will much of this growth come from? SMS-TV.
Wireless phone owners, place your bets.