Go mobile with your poker room management.
After the grease pencils broke, the dry erase pens dried out and the white boards faded, computer automation took over the poker room. List attendants who had become locked to whiteboards are now locked into PC's on podiums. Floor people who had to handwrite lists for transfers and manually open tables now must travel to a computer to manage those operations. Tournament directors with egg timers and seat cards, must now leave the tournament area to open tables, release seats or manage clocks from stationary terminals. It's 2014, a time of mobility and connectivity. Why are poker rooms still being managed this way?
In every facet of our lives, mobile connectivity is as normal as answering a cell phone or searching for a resturaunt while out with friends. Transient Path believes providing solutions at the point of service should be just as normal. The Cobblestone Casino Poker Room Management solution allows floor managers, tournament directors and hosts the ability to provide faster, more efficient and better guest services from anywhere on the poker room floor. Utilizing mobile devices (iPads, smartphones, tablets) you no longer have to manage the room from the podium.
Waitlist attendents can place names on the waitlist from anywhere, line-bust when the podium gets backed up and update open seats as they walk the floor. Floor people can add people directly to transfer lists right at the table. No need to radio someone or walk to the podium. Players can have player cards created and delivered directly to their seat. Tournament Directors can update the clock, open tables, or release seats when registration is running low. They can also view real time reports about the tournament, including registrations, open seats, outstanding vouchers, voids, and much more.
And since Cobblestone is a browser based solution, there is no need to download or upgrade any app on the mobile device. Everytime you point your browser to your secure server and login you have the latest version available. From anywhere in the poker room.
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