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Business solution for Oneida Tribe of Wisconsin enterprises

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COLUMBIA, Md. – MICROS Systems, Inc., a leading provider of information technology solutions for the hospitality and retail industries, was selected as the technology provider for Oneida Nation Tribe of Indians Enterprise. Oneida Tribe [http ://www.oneidanation.org /] has selected the MICROS 9700 Hospitality Management System (HMS) to centrally manage its vast business operations through the Oneida Nation Information Technology Department.

Comprised of Oneida Retail, Oneida Casino with its five satellite locations, and a sister property, the Radisson Hotel, Oneida Nation required a flexible point-of-sale (POS) system. MICROS 9700 HMS links POS transactions, back office functions, and guest management capabilities in one single system, enabling the enterprise to better manage its operation, increase employee productivity, and improve guest service. Built on years of industry experience, MICROS provides the tribe with a reliable, secure POS system that delivers business intelligence to help make critical operational decisions.

“MICROS 9700 HMS was highly recommended to us by gaming industry experts,” stated David Edwards, IT Manager, Oneida Tribe. “The MICROS 9700 HMS offers our entire enterprise the ultimate point-of-sale solution, combining innovation, reliable hardware, robust reporting, and service we can count on. With powerful integration options, MICROS can grow with our expanding business needs.”

“The MICROS 9700 HMS fully addresses the gaming industry’s emerging need for enterprise solutions. Many casino operators have satellite locations or leased outlets that require centralized management,” explained Thomas Castleberry, general manager, Las Vegas, MICROS Systems, Inc. “With our flexible point-of-sale solution, MICROS supplies the tools to manage the Oneida Tribe’s businesses with one solution, while maintaining each location’s autonomy, providing Oneida with a huge strategic advantage.”