s part of the company’s sales and marketing efforts, it will showcase its gaming and casino printers with alliance partner, JCM American, at the major South American Gaming Suppliers Expo (SAGSE) trade show in Buenos Aires, Argentina on October 3-5, 2007.
Bart C. Shuldman, Chairman, President and CEO of TransAct Technologies, said, "The Latin American market is an important growth opportunity for TransAct. Platforms like the SAGSE trade show are an excellent way for us to showcase our gaming and casino printers. As the Latin American market migrates to ticket-in/ticket-out (TITO) slot machines and considers server-based gaming, our Epic 950 printer, with its patented technology, gives casino operators and OEM slot providers a unique advantage - the ability to print cash vouchers and promotional coupons - for real-time marketing on the slot floor."
TransAct’s printer technology enables maximum flexibility for future growth. Together with its partner, JCM, TransAct and JCM offer a full TITO solution, including bill acceptor and cash voucher/promotional coupon printer. The Epic 950’s advanced capabilities - including two-color promotional couponing with multiple language flexibility - make it a logical choice.
"Cashless gaming with ticket-in, ticket-out technology has now been accepted and implemented in all major markets around the world," said Shuldman. "TransAct has been a leader in the cashless gaming market since the earliest days of TITO with the introduction of the Epic line of casino printers into both the casino and gaming markets. With our success in many markets around the world, we are optimistic about achieving similar success in Latin America."
The Epic 950 can be seen in booth number G2 at SAGSE.