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TransAct, Walker Digital Form Alliance

Thermal printing supplier TransAct Technologies announced that it has signed an agreement to partner with Walker Digital Table Systems, LLC to find ways to combine Walker’s networked table games system, Perfect Pay, with TransAct’s Epicentral Print System.

“We are very excited about the opportunity to work with Walker Digital to enhance their world-class networked table games system by integrating our Epicentral Print System,” said Bart C. Shuldman, chairman and CEO of TransAct Technologies. “Walker Digital is at the forefront of bringing innovations in game performance, security and business intelligence to the table games floor previously only available from slots systems. We look forward to working with Walker Digital on testing and finalizing the combination of the Epicentral Print System with Walker Digital’s Perfect Pay networked table game system.”

The Epicentral Print System is an easy-to-use, cost-efficient software system that enables casinos to internally develop marketing programs and promotional coupons to be distributed to customers on a real-time basis at a slot machine. The system works with all existing slot systems and games.

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