ST. LOUIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Omnigo Software, a leading provider of public safety, incident reporting, and security management solutions for the gaming, law enforcement, education and healthcare industries, has significantly expanded its presence around the globe by providing solutions to Macau, China’s major luxury casinos. All six major casino operators in that area have invested in Omnigo’s groundbreaking offerings, including Omnigo’s iTrak Incident Reporting and Risk Management System.
“One of the major benefits of penetrating a market like Macau with Omnigo’s security system is that casinos can draw from a shared database of banned patrons, advantaged players, and VIP guests from Day One of implementation,” said Mark Kornegay, CRO of Omnigo Software. “Sharing data across properties enhances security and surveillance for everyone by allowing casino operators to exchange critical information with each other and with law enforcement.”
Omnigo’s iTrak allows casino operators to protect their staff, patrons, property and assets while streamlining reporting and data analysis. Casinos can function more efficiently using iTrak thanks to its simplified reporting and notification process. The system also empowers casino employees to leverage data-driven security intelligence to address incidents in real-time, track persons of interest and mitigate risk and exposure to liability. Various modules within iTrak include Facial Recognition, Visitor Management, Lost and Found and more.
In addition to the Macau expansion, Omnigo’s casino portfolio also includes 100% of the Las Vegas Strip casinos and 65% of the Canadian gaming market. Each casino uses iTrak, Omnigo’s security and risk management system for incident reporting, property surveillance and security and loss prevention.
“It’s a true testimony that these casino operators have put their full confidence into Omnigo’s offerings to keep their properties safe. With that level of trust, we’re able to prioritize innovation and bring the latest technology like facial recognition software and advanced data analytics to market faster for our customers, both large and small,” Kornegay added.
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About Omnigo Software
Based in St. Louis, MO, Omnigo Software is the leading provider of public safety, incident reporting, and security management solutions for law enforcement, education, healthcare, gaming, hospitality and other enterprises, and offers easy-to-use and flexible applications that provide actionable insight for making more informed decisions. Currently used by over 2,000 customers in 20 different countries, 800 of which are colleges and universities, Omnigo solutions have helped law enforcement and security professionals nationwide secure their organizations’ property, protect against revenue loss and ensure the safety of the general public. For more information, Omnigo can be found online at www.Omnigo.com