Celayix Software Takes Scheduling by Storm in Las Vegas

July 22, 2013

The Las Vegas Sands and Golden Gaming choose Celayix for their scheduling needs.

Vancouver, B.C. (PRWEB) July 22, 2013

Celayix Software, provider of advanced workforce management solutions for over a decade, is pleased to announce the Las Vegas Sands Properties and Golden Gaming Route Operations and Chain Stores as recent additions to its customer base in Las Vegas.

In Las Vegas, banquet events are large, complicated affairs. With hundreds of employees that work at multiple properties, scheduling staff for events like these can prove time consuming. However, up and down the Las Vegas Strip, casinos are using Celayix to help streamline and automate the scheduling of their staff. In addition to the Las Vegas Sands and Golden Gaming Operations, many other organizations in Las Vegas utilize Celayix Solutions; including seven Harrah’s properties as well as Wynn properties. All of these world class hospitality organizations selected Celayix due to its sophisticated capabilities to schedule a large workforce. It has also empowered their employees to self-schedule using Celayix’s advanced scheduling products.

“Employee scheduling, especially for banquet and entertainment events, can be inefficient and complex,” said Gurmit Dhaliwal, President and CEO of Celayix. “Celayix can help manage all types of hospitality operators with simple and the most complex scheduling requirements.”

About Celayix Software

Celayix Software is headquartered in Vancouver, B.C. with regional offices and partner networks across the US, Canada and Australia. Since 2000, Celayix has been delivering best-of-breed Employee Scheduling Software and Workforce Management Solutions to a broad range of organizations. Celayix products are designed to help organizations more efficiently manage their labor workforce, as well as streamline and automate business processes.

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