FutureLogic has extended its Global Technology Partnership Agreement with Cirsa Gaming to include FutureLogic’s PromoNet promotional couponing solution and Gen2 Universal printers for at least another four years.
At the heart of the agreement is FutureLogic’s PromoNet intelligent couponing solution which will be integrated into Cirsa Interactive’s Slot Accounting and Player Marketing System under the Forward Systems brand. Cirsa operates over 55,000 gaming machines around the world. In addition FutureLogic’s Gen2 Universal printers will continue to be specified as the preferred printer for all Cirsa’s operations around the world, and for all of Unidesa’s current and new TITO gaming platforms and manufacturing divisions for the duration of the agreement.
Josep Casas, Global Sourcing Director for Cirsa Gaming Corporation, said: “We are always evaluating new technology and how it can add value to our business. FutureLogic not only offers an excellent fanfold ticket printer in the worldwide gaming market, but also provide the added value of promotional couponing, a key consideration for today’s gaming operations.”
Xavier Serra, Cirsa Casinos Slot Director, added: “By integrating FutureLogic’s PromoNet® solution into our Forward Systems Slot Accounting and Player Marketing solution, we are able to bring to our operations more quickly the promotional couponing capability. Promotional couponing is a key component in our strategy of rewarding high-value anonymous players at the slot machine in a tangible and meaningful way. With the PromoNet solution, we can target our entire estate with a cost effective, easy-to-use, and reliable solution.”
John Edmunds, FutureLogic’s VP Product Management and International Markets said: “We’re thrilled that FutureLogic’s PromoNet solution and Gen2 Universal printers were selected by Cirsa Gaming Corporation as part of a 4 year Global Technology Partnership. Securing this agreement with Cirsa is testament to our passion for quality and innovation and our continued focus on putting the customer first.”