Amusement technology changes fast and arcade operators need to keep up with the latest and how best to use it to improve operations and the bottom line. On Wednesday, June 2 at 10 a.m. CT, the AMOA’s “Game Master Education Hour” will present a virtual roundtable entitled “Dos and Don’ts of Today’s Cashless Systems.“ Intercard is proud to sponsor this free webinar.
Arcade expert George McAuliffe will moderate an all-star panel including Howard McAuliffe of Pinnacle Entertainment Group and Bill Allen, sales director of Intercard. These arcade industry veterans will share how they unlock the power of cashless systems to create higher perceived value for players, drive sales and control costs in FECs and route operations.
“Cashless systems are, hands down, the greatest tool for arcade operators in my 41 years in the business,” says George McAuliffe. “With recent innovations it can have the same impact on route operators.”
George McAuliffe’s experience includes being CEO of one of the largest FEC chains and the owner of his own route that spanned two states and Puerto Rico. As the founding partner at Pinnacle Entertainment Group, he assists all types of operators in adding to and improving their businesses.
Howard McAuliffe grew up in the arcade industry and has worked as a route driver, collector, and merchandise manager. He installed his first cashless system in 2000 which then required hard-wiring each game. Now a principal of Pinnacle Entertainment Group, Howard is passionate about using technology to help amusement operators prosper.
Bill Allen has more than 30 years of experience in software sales and service management. He has helped several leading technology companies to deliver creative solutions and great service to customers worldwide.
You may register for this outstanding free webinar here .
The Amusement & Music Operators Association (AMOA) is a national trade organization serving companies and individuals engaged in the operation, sales, marketing, distribution, and manufacturing of currency-operated equipment. Its 1,000 member companies are primarily small businesses that employ over 10,000 people across the nation. For more information visit www.amoa.com.