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A rendering shows the planned expansion of Casino Cash Trac amounting to around 1.7 million US dollars. The company broke ground for the two-story office project on Saturday.

Rhett Morgan

When it comes to the gambling industry, Casino Cash Trac is definitely playing its cards right.

The Tulsa-based company that provides casinos with software to manage their gaming and accounting operations moved four years ago to a new 4,800-square-foot headquarters at 7835 E. 106th St.

Now it is adding to that footprint with a two-story office building valued at around $ 1.7 million. The company broke ground for the 6,500 square meter building on Saturday.

“This is an extension, sort of the beginning of a CCT campus, if you will,” said Kurt Williams, co-founder and CEO of CCT, whose company also rents the top floor of a nearby building.

Some of the largest casinos in the United States use CCT’s platform, Casino Insight, which uses transaction reporting and analytics tools designed to streamline and automate cage operations, earnings review processes, and operational analytics.

The platform offers full integration with most casino management, hospitality and hotel systems, as well as most ATMs, kiosks and other ATMs.

CCT’s largest customers are Winstar World Casino (Thackerville); the recently renamed Yaamava ‘Resort & Casino in San Manuel, Highland, California; Mohegan Sun (Uncasville, Connecticut) and Resorts World Casino in Las Vegas.


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