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|RMG Announces Five-Year, $460,000 Contract for its Next-Generation Korbyt SaaS Platform with a Large Resort & Casino Company|
“We are pleased to announce within 90 days of launching Korbyt, we have signed a significant, long-term contract with one of our key customers to migrate onto the Korbyt platform,” said
The customer currently operates RMG’s legacy on-premises digital signage software platform to power digital displays throughout its casinos and hotels. After extensive evaluation of Korbyt, the customer was attracted to Korbyt’s easy to use web-based interface, simple content creation and high scalability resulting in the decision to migrate to the Korbyt platform.
In addition to migrating to the Korbyt platform, the customer expanded its system with a new, custom 3D wayfinding solution that will allow casino patrons to view interactive maps of casino floors, meeting rooms, retail shops and other resort amenities. This additional solution is expected to further improve the customer experience throughout the properties.
“We believe this key customer migration validates that Korbyt is the future for RMG,” stated Michelson. “This deal highlights the attractiveness of the Korbyt platform’s features and functionality to the retail and hospitality markets, which represent a key strategic growth area for the company. With the migration to the Korbyt platform, our customer has significant new expansion opportunities, including KorbytGO™, our internal communications mobile solution, and the addition of
RMG goes beyond traditional communications to help businesses increase productivity, efficiency and engagement through digital messaging. By combining best-in-class software, hardware, business applications and services, RMG offers a single point of accountability for integrated data visualization and real-time performance management. The company is headquartered in
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