he new BMM lab will provide procedures and test protocols to approve interoperability between manufacturer's gaming platforms and systems.
Travis Foley, Vice President of Operations for the Americas commented: "With the added requirement of accounting systems and centralized reports, operators need to be assured that systems are not only compliant with regulations, but that they are actually compatible with the machines on their floor. Interoperability testing ensures that this is achieved."
Fernando Cuellar, Senior Manager for Client Services, BMM Peru, said: "Having BMM's qualified engineers provide independent interoperability testing takes away the uncertainty of figuring out if it's a system or a machine issue that is causing communications failures."
Foley added "BMM's Lima, Peru interoperability lab will provide the highest level of service and performance to both new and existing clients in the region. This will add to BMM's already recognized worldwide quality assurance services provided in South America. BMM will offer the most widely used systems approved by MINCETUR. We are committed to serving the region."