Poker Nordica launches new website; Bally Tech wins Manufacturing Strategy awards; JCM Global wins RFP for its iVizion bill validator

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pokernordica bally jcmPoker Nordica announced today the launch of its new website and poker client with a fresh new design – boasting the promise of a Casino product in 2012.

In a press release, the company said the new look Poker Nordica site is “nothing but sheer class and excellent new features” which will move them into “a new category of exciting online poker rooms.”

The website has introduced some simple new features such as News and Blogs, which Poker Nordica says will give customers an insight into the industry and “the personal side of this fast growing poker room.”

Brand Manager of Poker Nordica, Callum Anderson, said: “We have listened very carefully to our valued players and brought everything straight to them. No matter what level you are at there is something for everyone at Poker Nordica and we now have the look and feel that makes people excited to stay and play even more.”


Gaming technology solutions provider, Bally Technologies, officially announced today the winning of two American Manufacturing Strategy Awards, which it received last month at an awards ceremony in Chicago.

Bally won the award for “Outstanding Achievement in Continuous Improvement,” which honours the company’s “excellence in motivating employees to remove waste from processes”.

Vice President of Operations at Bally Technologies, Dou Mack,, said: “We are thrilled and humbled to have won two of these prestigious awards in a competition where we were up against some of the world’s largest and leading manufacturing companies. This recognition is a positive reflection on the entire Bally team and our company culture which is focused on continuous improvement, quality, and a strong sense of collaboration to get high-performing products to our customers faster.”


Bill validation equipment providers, JCM Global, has won an RFP to place its iVizion bill validator and Intelligent Cash Box system at the Kansas Star Casino in Mulvane, which is planned to open soon.

The casino will feature 1,310 slots and JCM is lucky enough to have its iVizion and ICB to be installed exclusively on each of the casino’s gaming devices. JCM Global VP of Sales, Mark Henderson, said: “Casinos across the U.S. are seeing the benefits of JCM’s iVizion and ICB, and we are thrilled that Peninsula Gaming has chosen both products for their newest venture at the Kansas Star Casino. There is no comparison to iVIZION and ICB, as our continual trips to the winner’s circle keep proving.”

With the announcement, JCM boasted that it has won every bill validator RFP it has competed for in 2011. Good on ya!