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Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians signs deal with Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications

The Oracle system will allow the tribe to manage finance, inventory and procurement operations in one platform.

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The Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians has selected Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications Suite to assist in business operations across its casinos.

Based in California, The Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians own and operate two casinos, the Spotlight 29 Casino in Coachella and Tortoise Rock Casino in Twentynine Palms.

The Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications Suite will manage accounting, HR and supply chain data into one platform.

Darrell Mike, Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians Tribal Chairman, said: "Operating as a sovereign nation first and a business second, we always take a forward-thinking approach to every decision we make, planning for seven generations ahead.

"When thinking about the future success of our Tribe, we knew we needed to have a strong foundation, not just in our leadership and vision, but with our technology as well.

“Our decision to implement Oracle Fusion Applications was one that we believe will not only help us achieve short-term success but will also solidify our future success 150+ years down the road."

The integration of the Oracle system marks the first time the suite has been used by a casino business outside of Las Vegas.

Steve Miranda, Oracle Executive VP of Applications Development, said: "Government, gaming, and hospitality operating models are very different and have unique complexities.

“For Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians, and other Native American Tribes that operate across all three areas, these challenges are compounded.

"By standardizing processes across its operations with Oracle Fusion Applications, the Tribe has been able to increase efficiencies, ensure access to the latest innovations, and establish a strong foundation for future generations to build from."

In the FY2022 Tribal gaming reports that were published this summer, the latest revenue amount of $40.9bn broke historic records.


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