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Signature Systems joins Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association

Updated:2024-04-02 07:53    Views:109

Signature Systems (SSI) has recently announced its membership with the Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association (OIGA). This move enhances SSI's presencew within the tribal gaming sector in Oklahoma, where its product, PDQ POS, has is used among casino operators. 

OIGA, established in 1986, has a history of advocating for the interests of gaming operators and customers in Oklahoma. 

Sheila Morago, OIGA Trade Show Coordinator, commented: “It takes a village to advance our purpose of creating the best possible environment for gaming operators and patrons. We’re pleased to welcome SSI into the big tent that is OIGA and anticipate that they will be a meaningful member for many years to come.”

SSI's decision to join OIGA comes ahead of its participation in the Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association Trade Show scheduled for August. The PDQ POS,Table games introduced during the pandemic, has seen adoption in nearly ten percent of tribal casinos in Oklahoma. 

John White, SSI EVP and CTO, said: “We’re known for supporting our customers, but we also want to support the business communities that we’re engaging with. There are other vendors who don’t feel it’s necessary to join the organisation behind the tens of thousands of jobs and millions of dollars in tax revenue that casinos in this state provide – but we do.” 

In a previous partnership announced in August 2022, SSI integrated its technology with Casino Cash Trac (CCT), enabling Live! Casino & Hotel locations to optimise their daily audit processes.

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