Ultra-wide NanoLumens curved LED display envelops guests in dramatic landscapes at Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino. The new 64.5-foot-wide curved NanoLumens Nixel Series display provides a canvas where the casino can engage guests with stunning visual content unlike any they’ve seen before. “This is a real showpiece for the Niagara area, placing Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino at a higher level of digital infrastructure and audience engagement,” said Dave Merlino, NanoLumens VP Sales. “A display of this size and quality used to be found only in extremely select locations like Times Square or the Las Vegas strip, but NanoLumens installations around the world have proven the value and impact that a large, seamless display can have when paired with the right visual content.”

Gaming Executive Development Program gears up for November


or the second year running, the European Casino Association (ECA), Clarion Gaming and the Association of Gaming Equipment

Manufacturers (AGEM) continue their partnership with the Executive Development Program (EDP). EDP is a prestigious gaming leadership course, for which the partners award a scholarship for an up-and-coming woman from the land-based casino industry in Europe. This initiative is part of the partners’ continuous effort to support and promote gender diversity in the casino industry, including the ECA’s Diversity and Inclusion for Career Enhancement platform (DICE Europe). The 29th EDP will take place from 9-17th

November in Lake Tahoe, Nevada. EDP itself is a partnership between UNLV International Gaming Institute (IGI) and the University of Nevada, Reno College of Business and Extended Studies. Over the years, it has become a reference point for gaming executives wishing to take their careers to the next level. The aim is to build leadership and management skills and develop strategic thinking.

It is a unique occasion to learn and share best practices with peers from around the world. This year, topics will touch on international issues, such as social impacts, online gaming, casino marketing, and new technologies. The scholarship will cover the full program costs, including travel, accommodation, and the registration fee – with an overall value of more than US $10,000. Four judges from the sponsoring organisations will examine the applications and reward an ambitious woman currently employed in the European land-based casino industry, interested in moving into a leadership position and furthering her professional education. The judges will be:  Tracy Cohen (Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers AGEM)  Pauline Boyer Martin (representing ECA, after being selected for the 2018 scholarship)  Kate Chambers (Clarion Gaming)  JoAnne Gipson (University of Nevada, Reno) Per Jaldung, Chairman of the ECA and 2010

EDP graduate, commented, “We are proud to once again award a scholarship to an aspiring woman leader to take part in this outstanding programme. The diversity of topics covered, together with the high-level experts attending, makes this course an exceptional opportunity to develop the skills that will serve leaders to meet the future challenges and opportunities of the industry, while the international dimension allows for the exchange of ideas and best practices.” Bo Bernhard, Executive Director, UNLV

International Gaming Institute, said: “We simply love this initiative, as it expands leadership in ways that will generate benefits for years to come. Over the past years, EDP has become the world’s leading gaming executive development academy, and this effort helps show our leaders how to be leaders, of diverse and increasingly global teams.” Tracy Cohen, Director of Europe, the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM), added: “We are delighted to once again partner with the ECA in supporting the Gender Diversity Scholarship. The importance of attracting women who are rising stars in the industry and providing opportunities for them to take their careers to the next level is something AGEM wholeheartedly supports.”

TransAct secures BOHA! solution order for Macau resort property T

ransAct has announced its first agreement to deploy the company’s BOHA! solution in the Asia-Pacific market – as well as with an operator in the casino gaming industry. The new agreement, with a leading Macau casino resort, will include the BOHA! Labeling SaaS-based app and TransAct Enterprise Management System (TEMS) as well as the sale of 100 BOHA! Terminals for deployment in all of the casino resort’s kitchens. The company will also sell its TransAct Labels specifically designed to work with the thermal printers featured in the BOHA! Terminal. TransAct believes the annual

recurring average revenue per unit 8 JULY 2019

(“ARPU”) related to this BOHA! solution agreement will be at least $1,200 per year. The BOHA! solution rollout at the property is expected to occur over the next three to four months. Bart C. Shuldman, Chairman and CEO of TransAct Technologies, said: “We have a clear vision for how BOHA! can revolutionise back-of- house automation for restaurant and foodservice operators around the world and with each new agreement this vision is becoming clearer as we execute on opportunities that can generate solid initial hardware sales and deliver growing attractive annual and recurring revenue.” BOHA! is the first single-vendor solution to combine applications for

Inventory Management, Temperature Monitoring of Food and Equipment, Timers, Food Safety Labeling, Food Recalls, Checklists & Procedures, Equipment Service Management and Delivery Management in one fully-integrated platform. Each BOHA! solution combines cloud- based SaaS applications with hardware and accessories to deliver superior results for critical back-of- house operations. BOHA! offers a one-stop solution for restaurants and food service companies to address their current back-of-house operating requirements while providing a future-ready platform capable of addressing back-of-house operations as they continue to evolve. BOHA! Terminal includes

TEMS (TransAct Enterprise Management System) to ensure only approved apps and functions are available on the device. For more information on the BOHA! ecosystem, please visit www. solutions/boha.

TransAct also recently enjoyed a major success with the new Encore Boston Harbor in Everett, Massachusetts, which has with the company’s Epic Edge and Epic 950 TITO printers installed in all of the property’s more than 3,150 gaming machines. More than 60% of the installed Epic printers are represented by TransAct’s next- generation Epic Edge.

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