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The Infrastructure Design process revolves around the client’s functional and budgetary needs

From the first interaction, clients find that the leadership team at Unity plays an integral role in assessing their existing IT infrastructure and developing a modernized architecture. To initiate the process, Unity’s executive and system engineering team personally visit the Gaming Enterprise to meet with team members, assess the effectiveness of the existing system(s) in place, and understand the needs of each internal stakeholder across the organization.

While working with clients at some of the most renowned casinos in North America, Unity consistently encounters hardware-software configurations that fail to integrate Enterprise Server/Storage techniques--a crucial element of truly resilient systems. Moreover, many systems offer limited functionality with respect to the Gaming Environment.

“Many solutions today simply aren’t engineered to ensure the proper redundancies that meet the stringent requirements of Gaming,” says Jonathan Terauchi, President.

But rather than replacing an inadequate system entirely, Unity approaches the existing hardware-software infrastructure with the goal of refinement rather than replacement where possible. By specializing in both hardware manufacturing and software development, Unity goes the extra mile to directly offer the necessary hardware-software components, saving clients time and money.

After going beneath the surface to uncover internal vulnerabilities, the leadership team at Unity seeks to understand the administrative and organizational needs at the managerial and executive levels. From there, the client receives personalized recommendations involving advanced analytics features, opportunities for automation, and any additional software solutions deemed appropriate.

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