International Game Technology (IGT) remains focussed on its expansion plans in Panama through the deliverance of its various prime gaming solutions. The venue is the Sortis Hotel Spa & Casino, situated in Panama City, Panama. In order to make the gaming floor, which is an integral part of the hotel, up-to-date, the company has managed to successfully set up eighty high-standard IGT cabinets, which contain a varied USwitch multi-game library. This library is boosted by the Floor Manager technology that is at the disposal of the company.
According to the General manager of Sortis Hotel, Juan Pablo Solis, it is indeed creditworthy that the property is the first operator in Panama to be exposed to the extended array of games that lie in the arsenal of IGT, along with the cabinets and above all, the Floor Manager technology. In his opinion, this will lead to them being able to offer the very best entertainment material to all of their slot players and surpass their expectations.
As for the Senior Vice President of Canada, South, and Central America, and Gaming at IGT, David Finn, he firmly believes that the adoption of their Floor Manager technology will give a tremendous boost to the overall growth of the hotel. Along with that, there is the factor of the USwitch and their entire array of assorted games that will help propel the property way ahead of the competition. However, the bigger picture for them is being able to conquer more territory in Central America in the gaming arena.
Where the Floor Manager technology is concerned, it will provide the hotel with the necessary connectivity with various IGT slot games derived from its USwitch multi-game sets. Some of the prominent names include Lunar disk, along with Shamrock Stars and Power Coins Leprechaun. The Floor Manager will also be instrumental in offering the required tools for maximizing the game floor.
IGT is a top company in gaming. They are known to introduce exciting and engaging exposure through verticals such as lotteries, gaming machines and sports betting, and digital equipment. The company runs its operation in over a hundred countries globally and boasts of having on board roughly 10,500 employees.