Table Trac launches on-demand printing solution

December 19, 2023
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The project has been completed with TransAct Technologies.

Table Trac has completed a ‘First of its Kind’ integration project with TransAct Technologies to provide an on-demand printing solution. 

The aim of this solution is to take away “the hassle of redundant networking gear or infrastructure.” 

Casino operators can use PromoTrac OnDemand, with Epicentral, through CasinoTrac’s 6.2 CT VSMIB player tracking interface, with Epic Edge and/or Epic 950 printers. 

CasinoTrac SelfPay also helps to handle accumulated credit payouts, jackpots and taxable w2G events in less than 60 seconds. 

President of Table Trac, Chad Hoehne, said: “CasinoTrac system owners know they can integrate with great features like TransAct’s Epicentral using their integration-friendly, API-driven CasinoTrac CMS. We were excited to work with TransAct’s great team to innovate the one wire solution, combining CasinoTrac’s powerful in-game hardware platform with TransAct’s Epicentral SE designer and print server to deliver high resolution graphic promotional coupons, pre-filled drawing entries and more to the guest, right at their game.”   

CEO of TransAct, John Dillon, added: “We are proud to partner with Chad and CasinoTrac on the groundbreaking integration. 

“The need for redundant networking within a casino’s operations in order to utilize Epicentral has long been a barrier for new customers and I am happy to announce that this partnership solves that logistical challenge for CasinoTrac’s considerable install base.  We believe this will open the door to additional white space for both our Epicentral and casino printer products across a number of markets and builds a strong connection between CasinoTrac and TransAct going forward.” 

In other news, the Apache Lone Star Casino in Devol, Oklahoma signed an agreement with Table Trac towards the end of November to provide its full casino management system, CasinoTrac, to the new gaming venue. 


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