Cash handling technology specialist and gaming industry equipment supplier SuzoHapp Group says it has inaugurated a new website dedicated solely to its components business. The new digital platform was launched last week during this year’s Global Gaming Expo (G2E) held in Las Vegas, Nevada, in the United States.
“Through this new site, gaming OEMs [original equipment manufacturers] will gain immediate access to comprehensive product information for the most complete range of components on the market today which includes monitors, locks, printers, scanners, bill and coin handling, cabinet parts, cashless systems, and more,” said SuzoHapp in a press release.
The document quoted Sim Bielak, SuzoHapp’s president of global gaming and amusement, as saying: “We are excited about our new website launch and are confident our gaming customers will appreciate its intuitive design and breadth of content.”
He added: “Easy access to detailed product information is yet another way we help our customers simplify their sourcing.”
The company noted in the statement that the new website was designed to connect gaming OEMs “to the resources they need, quickly”.
Mike Sigona, SuzoHapp’s business development and global gaming product manager, was also quoted in the release as saying that – via the new website – users would have easier access to product support, “as well as stay aware of product updates, tradeshow announcements and relevant news feeds”.
SuzoHapp’s vice president, commercial and strategy for the Asia-Pacific region, Peter Noye, told GGRAsia in May the firm expected business in the Asian casino sector to ramp up starting in the “mid to late” portion of this year.
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