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BMM Australia Reports Rapid Growth

Gaming testing organization BMM International announced that its Australia/Asia-Pacific (APAC) regional businesses, led by BMM Australia, achieved significant growth targets in 2011.

“This is a particularly impressive performance by the Australian, Macau and Singapore teams, because our standards and targets are so high, even after many consecutive years of growth,” said Martin Storm, president and CEO of BMM International. “Importantly, we invested in resources and infrastructure to service more regulators and manufacturers, and certify more products in 2012.”

Kirk White, BMM’s executive vice president of operations for Australia Asia-Pacific, added, “Over the past 12 months we have grown our client base significantly in addition to strengthening our regulatory relationships within the Australian and Asia-Pacific regulated gaming markets. Our business growth in Australia, and more recently throughout Asia, has been very satisfying and we expect this to continue throughout 2012 given our strong investments in people.

“For BMM it’s all about meeting our goals in quality, performance, transparency and continuing our commitment to the integrity of the gaming industry.”

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