Agilysys, Inc. (Nasdaq: AGYS), a leading provider of innovative information technology and hospitality software solutions, today announced that Affinity Gaming has selected the Agilysys Stratton Warren System inventory and procurement solution to streamline operations at Terrible's Hotel Casino in Las Vegas.
"We have used the Stratton Warren System for many years at our three Primm Valley properties and have been impressed with its wide range of features and functionality," said Dan Wilson, vice president of information technology at Affinity Gaming. "The system helps us obtain the most favorable prices on everything from linens to soft drinks, which, in turn, enables us to maintain a competitive edge. With our recent implementation at Terrible's Hotel Casino, we look forward to realizing additional benefits and cost efficiencies from expanding the reach of the system."
The Stratton Warren System is a full featured inventory and procurement solution that maximizes purchasing power and reduces operational costs. Recognized as a leading inventory and procurement application in the hospitality industry, the Stratton Warren System automates the entire procurement process — from requisition to invoice — and provides a fast and measurable return on investment by identifying the most suitable suppliers, reducing labor costs and waste and helping eliminate time-consuming and error-prone paper documents. Features of the system include budget tracking, business intelligence functionality, automated email bid capability, multiple par level functionality and wireless mobile computer enhancements.
"Strategic sourcing and efficient procurement are key strategic themes to improving service delivery at the most efficient cost," said Jim Dennedy, president and CEO of Agilysys. "The Agilysys Stratton Warren System will allow purchasing staff at Terrible's Hotel Casino to better leverage their knowledge and experience in the areas where it counts most, resulting in tighter financial controls, increased compliance and more effective supplier negotiations. The property also will have the right items at the right time to satisfy guests."