Theresa Birtalan to lead Tribal gaming at Table Trac

June 13, 2023

Her new position highlights the importance of Tribal gaming at the casino information provider.

Theresa Birtalan has been promoted to Head of New Business Development for non-commercial gaming at the casino information provider Table Trac, Inc.

The new role highlights the importance of Table Trac’s relationship with Native American business partners in North America. Table Trac was founded in 1995 and designs, develops and sells casino information and management systems. Its systems have been installed in North, South and Central America as well as in the Caribbean.

Chad Hoehne, President of Table Trac, said, “Theresa Birtalan stands by our brand and makes us proud when we present our solid product line to the markets where Native American gaming is thriving. I am excited to see what comes from this renewed focus.”

Prior to joining Table Trac, Birtalan worked in and around the gaming industry for more than 25 years, providing financial services and insurance. She was born in Battle Creek, Michigan and attended Syracuse University, where she studied International Business.

Her previous employers include M3 Technology Solutions, International Merchant Services, Inc., Mutual of Omaha Insurance Company and MetLife Insurance Company.

Jeff Baldi, SVP Commercial Strategy at Table Trac, Inc. said, “Theresa has been a valuable member of Table Trac, since 2012. She has a proven track record of relationship building, delivering results, and industry knowledge.”

He added, “It’s been an honor getting to know and work with her. We are excited to see Theresa continue her success in this new role.”

Table Trac, based in Minnesota, is traded under the ticker TBTC.


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