Las Vegas — More reflective of their consulting and casino management services, WhiteSand Consulting has changed their name to WhiteSand Gaming. With the new name comes a brand new website (www.WhiteSandGaming.com) highlighting new offerings that expand upon their already diverse engagement services. “As WhiteSand continues to grow and expand, we felt it was time to change to WhiteSand Gaming and create a new website that provides a great resource for companies to learn about our services, clients, and industries”, said Saverio R. Scheri III, Managing Director. WhiteSand works throughout the US and continues to expand their presence in Europe, Asia, South America and Africa. Market conditions, expanding jurisdictions, and increased competition are forcing casino resorts to re-think their approach to almost every aspect of their operation, and WhiteSand consultants are helping to lead the way.
In addition, WhiteSand is releasing the first edition of the WhiteSand Tech Report, a new monthly product review that will highlight the features and functionality of some of the newest and most promising solutions in use by casino resorts today. WhiteSand’s extensive experience in opening new casinos and working with existing casinos requires them to review in detail a myriad of new technology solutions on a regular basis. The WhiteSand Tech Report will now share with you what they have learned in a concise and informative electronic format that can help companies navigate the sea of vendor solutions that continue to increase every day. Look for it later this month
About WhiteSand Gaming
WhiteSand Gaming LLC is a leading global gaming services firm providing casino and resort management as well as consulting services to a substantial and diversified client base that includes gaming corporations, regulatory agencies, tribal governments, lotteries, racetracks, and resort hotels. Founded in 2001, the firm is headquartered in Las Vegas and maintains an office in Atlantic City. Our team consists of experienced professionals having both executive level operational experience with some of the top gaming companies, and extensive consulting experience as practice leaders for several of the Big Four consulting firms.