By going direct and providing customers with a dedicated Account Management resource, Blueprint want to help optimise customers’ gaming machine revenue.
Regal Gaming and Leisure, which operates 9,000 AWP’s and 5,000 pieces of ancillary equipment across both managed and tenanted estates, has strengthened its customer-facing team with the appointment of three new Business Development Managers. Carl Turner and Hayley Macklin-Brown join Regal’s Exeter Service Centre with Sallyanne Mead reporting to Dean Rockall, Manager of the London East Service Centre. The trio boast close to 80-years of industry experience with Carl Turner representing an internal promotion having first joined Regal in 2013.
On the basis that you can’t go far wrong if you listen to your customers Blueprint is in confident mood going into ACOS with three exciting new cabinets which have been developed following an extensive period consulting with the market.
Blueprint are launching their Virtual ACOS ‘VACOS’ ahead of next week’s first industry exhibition since the pandemic hit.
Making productive use of time spent in lockdown is paying dividends for buoyant Blueprint.When the pandemic paralysed most of Britain’s business community the team at Blueprint led by MD David Purvis got busy reaching out to its customers, upgrading its cabinets, improving its menus and developing new games. Following the opening up of hospitality the company has hit the ground running and the future’s looking both bright and exciting.
Meticulous planning has enabled Blueprint to secure the supply of gaming machines for the industry despite pressures the likes of which have never been experienced before
Even in an industry renowned for its ‘can do’ approach Craig Browne has raised the bar and set new standards. During lockdown he devoted himself to helping the community in Worcestershire and his actions have earned the Regal executive an appointment with Royalty.
As demand for GeWeTe’s cash handling equipment continues to grow, the company has strengthened its technical team to cope with the demand