Quick Custom Intelligence (QCI) has named casino veteran David Farahi its new Executive Chairman.
In this role, he will concentrate on financial matters; working with clients, product development and sales to expand QCI into new verticals.
Farahi joined QCI’s Advisory Board in October 2021 after an almost decade-long tenure as Chief Operating Officer (COO) for Monarch Casino & Resort. While QCI’s Advisory Board cannot vote on corporate matters, it does helps guide decisions. Besides Farahi, the three-person committee consists of Sean Brady and Alok Pandey.
However, his new role will include expanded responsibilities, though QCI believes that Farahi is more than up to the task.
Citing his casino industry experience, as well as Farahi’s background in finance, QCI’s CEO Dr Ralph Thomas was happy to have him on board.
“We welcome David Farahi, an experienced and accomplished casino executive to our team,” said Thomas.
“It is a pleasure to work with David as an advisor and we welcome him stepping up to this new role. David’s knowledge of the gaming industry and his background in analytics and finance will be of tremendous value.”
Farahi was likewise excited about his new role, adding: “In my time as an advisory board member at Quick Custom Intelligence, I have had the opportunity to not only interact with the revolutionary and award-winning team, but hear from and support our dozens of clients.
“It is clear to me that QCI has firmly earned its place as the industry leader, not only in terms of technology and service, but also in terms of installations.”
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