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BMM Relocates Austrian Office to Vienna

Gaming testing company BMM Testlabs announced it has successfully relocated its Austrian testing laboratory from Graz to Vienna. 

“BMM is very pleased with our test lab relocation from Graz to Vienna, and the opportunities we now have to grow our business,” said Kirk White, executive vice president and general manager. “The combination of BMM’s global technical services initiatives, excellent technical staff and the increased lab space has enhanced our capabilities for supporting both existing and new customers. It was great to be able to relocate some of our best senior staff to Vienna, but it’s also exciting that we have been able to recruit a number of local technical staff, with more coming in the next several months.”

Alex Haberl, director of business development for Europe, added, “BMM is committed to the European gambling market as customers continue to seek our testing services for compliance, pre-compliance and QA testing, as well as our product technical consulting services. BMM is experienced in tailoring testing strategies and solutions to meet our customers’ overall testing requirements. As such, BMM is setting a higher customer engagement and service delivery standard for testing laboratories around Europe.”

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