ICE 2015 - MRG Systems targets international visitors
MRG plans to attract international visitors to their stand (S1-226) at ICE 2015. Ian Hunter: “The UK market recognises we offer the most automated and comprehensive screen management system available. But there is a wealth of international visitors who have yet to discover what we can offer. And we want to change that in 2015. We look forward to meeting anyone with the task of managing a multiplicity of screens within their estate and we promise to inspire them with our latest solution; BIDS5.”
MRGs BIDS5 is flexible and is designed to provide each new service with its own distinctive branding. It is easy to customise through the management of the screens, the promotions and specials they wish to display using high definition graphics.
Ian Hunter: “BIDS5 users stand out from the crowd because they able to introduce more betting opportunities than with any other system. Routine procedures are converted to ‘Automations’ which frees up additional resource to manage marketing campaigns more effectively. Clients with BIDS5 have more dynamic displays, greater capacity to cover multiple events and outperform other systems by optimising their advertising campaign capabilities.”
The new breed of PC based shop servers exploit the latest screen technologies to optimise gantry screen displays. BIDS5 offers more control, greater automation and the highest production values to achieve exceptional results for clients. This comprises an outstanding rich and immersive experience for shop customers through its video wall and video overlay capabilities.
Also at ICE MRG will be showing new products designed to provide customers with easier access to the information a modern betting office has available. Their new Managers Monitor comprises a touchscreen 21” Slate from HP with templates from MRG’s automated screen services. The screen provides speedy access to key information by busy counter staff. The home page offers selections for the day’s racing and links to all Sports betting markets. Non-runners, early prices and shows are maintained with live updates throughout the day. Lightweight and slim the high definition screen doubles as a customer information terminal if desired.
The All-in-One (AiO) screen is a large screen split into ten columns to show a day’s racing; it’s a digital newspaper for betting shops. Early prices, non-runners, shows and results are maintained automatically throughout the day to ensure customers have accurate information and the best betting experience.