Cherokee Nation Entertainment expands use of InvoTech

Cherokee Nation Entertainment installed the InvoTech multi-property uniform management system at Cherokee Casino & Hotel Roland. This is the third Cherokee Nation gaming property to use the system.

InvoTech's multi-property uniform system reduces uniform purchases by easily transferring inventory between multiple properties to make up shortages. The system's reporting also facilitates centralized purchasing, which potentially leads to lower purchase prices.

"The InvoTech system is easy to use and for our employees to learn," said John Filippe, vice president of information technology for Cherokee Nation Entertainment. "Not only is the software reliable, InvoTech is very responsive and professional if we ever need help."

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InvoTech's system lets Cherokee Nation Entertainment centrally manage uniform operation across three properties with custom reporting on uniform usage. The system enables the company to transfer garments between properties to maintain optimum uniform standards throughout its operation without additional purchases. The InvoTech Uniform System manages all aspects of uniform operations. It monitors employee use and consistently delivers 25 percent savings in labor costs and a 5 percent reduction in ongoing purchases for most clients.

 

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