TransAct confirm Epic display at WIGA 2017

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The leading software and technology provider, TransAct, will demonstrate its full suite of gaming technology and print solutions, including the new Epic Edge, at WIGA 2017.

 

TransAct Technologies Incorporated will showcase its full suite of gaming technology and print solutions at WIGA 2017 (the Northwest Indian Gaming Conference & Expo) to be held June 19-21, 2017 at the Tulalip Resort Casino in Tulalip, Washington.

The company has confirmed it will demonstrate a full lineup of the its Epic® casino and gaming ticket printers, led by the new Epic Edge™, as well as the latest versions of the Epicentral® promotion and bonusing system – including version 3.8 and Epicentral System Edition (“Epicentral SE”) – from their Booth #110.

Bart C. Shuldman, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of TransAct Technologies, commented: “As a leading provider of print and technology solutions to the global gaming industry, TransAct is uniquely positioned to enable operators of all sizes to capitalize on the growing reliance on the printed coupon as a way to drive play and grow revenue.  We are delighted to return to Washington and demonstrate to WIGA 2017 attendees how our full suite of unique solutions – including the all-new Epic Edge printer and our powerful versions of Epicentral – are the best-in-class options for casino to deliver valuable printed coupons directly to players at the slot machine or electronic table game of their choice.”

The company claims its next-generation Epic Edge, which builds on TransAct’s industry-leading Epic 950, delivers a host of technological advances. As the first ticket-in/ticket out (“TITO”) printer to offer 300 dpi print resolution, representing a 50% improvement over current printers, TransAct states the Epic Edge produces barcodes that drive improved bill validator acceptance and reduce attendant calls while allowing for more attractive coupon designs that enhance Epicentral implementations.

The Epic Edge also features an adjustable ticket bucket that allows operators to use smaller tickets to save money and reduce paper usage.  Furthermore, as a drop-in replacement for the Epic 950, operators can easily run the Epic Edge and Epic 950 side-by-side.

“In our ongoing efforts to deliver solutions that improve our customers’ operations, the new Epic Edge and its industry-first high-resolution print capabilities dramatically extends our technical, feature and performance leadership,” added Mr. Shuldman. “With the new Epic Edge, operators can provide for their patrons the highest quality printed tickets and ultimately improve the customer experience by reducing bill validator errors and better coupon design for their Epicentral implementations.”

For more information about the Epicentral bonusing system and the Company’s Epic gaming device printers, visit http://www.transact-tech.com.


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