Nicola Wallbank, Head of Corporate Accounts at Blueprint, discusses the qualities and experiences that define the job.
Blueprint Machines is clearly proud of its team, and over the past few weeks has invested time in introducing them to the industry.
EAG 2019 will be another milestone in the Blueprint journey, where customers will be able to see the progression of the company’s market-leading B3 and Category C ranges.
Blueprint Machines has been busy upscaling over the past few months to ensure it remains committed to its loyal customer base. The additional headcount in both the Aftersales and Content teams ensures that the business is aligned to react to the needs of the growing market – especially when it comes to delivery of new content and software support.
Blueprint Machines enjoyed an extremely positive ACOS show. Customers were particularly interested in the offer to upgrade their machines to the iconic Deal or No Deal (DOND) branded Game-pack on Alpha Star and Genie cabinets. Previously, the best performing Cat C – 25 game compilation – with a performance index currently at 124%, driving very impressive weekly cash box averages – was only available on new Alpha Star purchases.
1) How did Park Ave receive the launch of the Aurora Noir cabinet and the Black Edition menu? What features/games in particular do you think impressed attendees?
Both the Aurora Noir and Black Edition Menu were extremely well received at the Park Avenue Open Day. We had a substantial amount of interest from operators, retailers, game developers and of course our competitors!
A brave trio of Blueprint Machines employees is tackling a 400-mile cycle from Newark in the UK to the Gauselmann Group’s headquarters in Espelkamp, Germany in order to raise funds for a children’s charity.