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VIP Mobility Enables Simple Payments to Save Operating Costs for Casinos

The definition of the modern payments industry has been moving away from cash and the proliferation of digital payment options. The convenience of mobile payments gives people a lot more flexibility in spending decisions. With physical cash becoming increasingly impractical and expensive for casinos and consumers, can the switch be made to something that’s both easy and efficient?

VIP Mobility™, the industry’s first mobile solution enabling true cashless gaming, solves that problem. It’s the perfect compromise for casino operators and patrons; the former’s costs decrease while the latter’s experience improves. This feature allows guests to create digital phone tickets that link to any slot or table game with a QR code. Reloading funds and cashing out is also seamless, offering a quick fix to a tedious process.


Beyond the casino floor, VIP Mobility extends to other areas of the resort or hotel. Patrons can use VIP Mobility to get drinks at the bar, order room service, and much more. The versatility of VIP Mobility enables it to function in many ways outside of its original purpose.


As far as casinos are concerned, this can go a long way toward curbing operating costs. Other systems require a complete overhaul of the entire floor. This overhaul can range from recertifying all the devices related to the app to replacing the slot machines entirely. VIP Mobility is a vertically integrated solution that does not require a complete infrastructure haul. However, the modifications are less drastic and more cost-effective, resulting in minor but necessary cosmetic changes.


VIP Mobility can help casinos become more efficient and save on operating costs. With the speed and accuracy of technology like VIP Mobility, casinos can reduce operating costs because the solution makes everyday tasks for current employees simpler and more efficient.


Click here to learn more about how Pavilion Payments’ products can help casinos optimize operating costs.