Originally, a dashboard was the upturned screen of wood or leather placed on the front of a horse-drawn carriage, sleigh or other vehicle that protected the driver from mud, debris, water and snow thrown up by the horse’s hooves.
Today we are more familiar with the dashboard that is a control panel located under the windshield of an automobile that contains instrumentation and controls pertaining to the operation of the vehicle. Just as a dashboard was originally used on horse-drawn carriages to provide a clear view, so are casino surveillance departments making use of dataveillance dashboards to provide a clear view for casino operations management.
Make sure you have a casino dataveillance dashboard to provide a clear view of your casino operations! “Compliance should never be overlooked. Failing to keep up can mean failing to make money. Administrative tools help an organization protect itself from the damaging effects of negligence and fraud both by external sources and an organization’s own staff, by ensuring that policies and procedures are strictly followed.” iGaming Business Magazine (Dec 2008)