Inter-American Data (IAD), the developer of Lodging Management System (LMS) hospitality software and e.FileClerk document imaging software, has announced that Sam`s Town Las Vegas and Sam`s Town Tunica (MS), subsidiaries of Boyd Gaming Corporation, have selected the LMS property management system as well as the LMS ResNet web booking module to enhance operations and guest services.
LMS is an integrated property management software system designed to create economies of scale and provide greater control of front office, accounting and housekeeping operations. Its versatile foundation expands to incorporate additional software modules from IAD and other vendors. LMS ResNet is a Web-based real-time reservation system that allows customers to check hotel room and rate availability, book reservations, pay for a room with a credit card and receive an e-mail confirmation.
In selecting a property management system, vendor reliability and experience were top priorities, said Denny Frey, Vice President of Information Systems for Boyd Gaming. “One reason we selected LMS is because of its successful track record at other gaming facilities. What`s more, LMS is versatile. It provides excellent integration with other vendor products.”
Sam`s Town Las Vegas is a 646-room property located six miles from the Las Vegas Strip in the shadow of the Sunrise Mountains. It features a 10,000-square-foot meeting facility, 1,100-seat event center, 56-lane bowling center, 18-screen movie theater and 10 restaurants. The property`s two-level casino offers guests more than 40 table games and 2,700 slot machines.
Sam`s Town Tunica is an 850-room property located 30 miles south of Memphis in Tunica, Mississippi. It features a 1,600-seat entertainment center, 18-hole Scottish links style golf course, state-of-the-art RV park and two-level casino. The Academy of Country Music recently named Sam`s Town Tunica “Casino of the Year.”
Boyd Gaming Corporation, headquartered in Las Vegas, is a leading diversified owner and operator of 12 gaming entertainment properties located in Nevada, Mississippi, Illinois, Indiana and Louisiana. Boyd Gaming is also developing “The Borgata,” a $1 billion entertainment destination resort in Atlantic City, through a joint venture with MGM Mirage.