Konami Gaming partners with GamingAnalytics.AI to initiate joint efforts for the industry’s first self-learning, artificial intelligence platform, bringing a self-learning, artificial intelligence-driven analytics platform to Konami customers across the globe.
Leveraging data through Konami’s SYNKROS® casino management system with GamingAnalytics.AI’s search-driven cognitive computing platform, users across the enterprise can ask questions via search bar or voice commands and receive instant answers, instead of constructing complex queries.
GamingAnalytics.AI’s self-learning platform continuously improves with use, providing slot machine recommendations, predicting player behaviors, and identifying actions to improve player experience and operational profitability.
Under this partnership, SYNKROS and GamingAynalytics.AI empower teams to focus on meaningful decision-making, rather than gathering data and navigating report generators.
Kiran Brahmandam, GamingAnalytics.AI Founder & CEO, said: “Konami’s SYNKROS system is known in the industry for providing robust, operator-centric solutions, and we are thrilled for the opportunity to partner on making data analytics more intuitive and accessible. Many property teams today are drowning in data, and existing data analytics solutions in our industry are complex, labor intensive, and prohibitively expensive. By partnering together, GamingAnalytics.AI and Konami have created a first of its kind in the industry: fast time-to-value data analytics product that is affordable, and actionable.”
Jay Bertsch, Konami Gaming VP Global Systems Sales, said: “By combining the vast array of data captured through SYNKROS’ with the power of GamingAnalytics.AI’s natural language processing, machine learning, and artificial intelligence, we can transform the way operators use their existing data to drive operational profitability. We are excited for the opportunity to bring award-winning technology from both companies together in order to advance the interests of our customers and the industry as a whole.”