“...For a gaming-specific player loyalty portal and web integration, Intermezzo filled the gap!” said Damien Dinh, IT Director of Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort
Las Vegas, Nevada (PRWEB) May 14, 2013
Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort has awarded a contract to Intermezzo, Inc. (http://www.intermezzo-inc.com) for the ClubLinq™ suite of API services. Under the agreement, Intermezzo will provide a digital platform for the extension of Jackson Rancheria’s Dreamcatcher’s players club to the World Wide Web. In addition to being responsible for the design and creative development of the Dreamcatcher’s portal, the ClubLinq™ API is an amenity resort guests can access anywhere.
“With a small IT support team and no in-house development resources, I look to buy off the shelf. For a gaming-specific player loyalty portal and web integration, Intermezzo filled the gap!” said Damien Dinh, IT Director of Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort.
“Intermezzo is delighted to have been selected for this project with Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort. It is a great honor to be trusted with providing not only the ClubLinq™ API, but the creative development, as well” said Jeff Baldi, President & CEO of Intermezzo, Inc.
About Intermezzo, Inc.
Intermezzo, Inc. is incorporated in Nevada and is focused on connecting you with your customers via the World Wide Web, ALL mobile devices, and social networks with the ClubLinq™API (Application Programming Interface), custom developed software and database services, as well as, professional services for just about any need you have.
For more information please call or visit, +1.702.330.3008, or http://www.intermezzo-inc.com
About The Jackson Rancheria Band of Miwuk Indians
The Jackson Rancheria Band of Miwuk Indians owns and operates Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort, which includes the Casino, Hotel, RV Park, General Store & Gas Station.
They have also developed a Child Care Center for employees, a state-of-the-art Water Treatment plant, the Public Safety Building (the first LEED certified building in Amador County) housing the Jackson Rancheria Fire Department, a Network Operations Center, and other offices, and Pine Woods Apartments in Jackson (an off-reservation development).
For over 30 years the Tribe has strived to develop projects that not only enhance their ability to remain self-sufficient, but also reflect a commitment to be a good neighbor and a good steward of the environment.
For more information, please visit http://jacksoncasino.com/tribal