In a busy month for shows across the gaming industry, Suzohapp enjoyed a succesful IAAPA in Orlando, displaying a large array of amusement spares and components.
Suzohapp has announced a successful IAAPA after showcasing its cash handling and desktop products between 15-18 November in Orlando, USA.
The company said the amount of new solutions to complement Suzohapp’s already extensive product range aroused the interest of a great deal of show visitors, making this year’s IAAPA the busiest ever for the company.
John Vallis, Suzohapp UK sales director and vice president amusement sales EMEA, added: “The IAAPA has an international flair to it and we were here to support our customers in Europe and the Middle East as well. We had many very positive conversations and we look forward to supporting our customers in their continued goal to provide solutions for the amusement and entertainment industries”.
In particular, exhibition visitors wanted to find out more of the cash management solutions from Suzohapp. The new CashComplete product range and the coin and note counters/sorters were at the forefront of this interest.
The new CashComplete solutions enable customers to reduce working capital and the expenses associated with cash management. This new range is comprised of 3 product lines – SDS, SPS and RCS – and also includes the unique CashComplete software platform that is marketed as a complete solution for financial and operational control of cash. The desktop counters also saw great traction for Suzohapp, including the DTC6, SC8220 and VC100 products.
Ron Partridge, president, Suzohapp Americas, commented: “We are being recognized as the leader in innovation for cash handling solutions, components and parts. With R&D teams based around the globe, we have our finger on the pulse of our industry and continually invest to ensure that we can provide the solutions today for tomorrow’s next hits with the players”.
The company also demonstrated how much OEMs and operators can profit from the large array of components and parts. These include the SH1950 video topper to add flair to any slot cabinet, and the Vision PRO monitor range which offers solutions in a very wide field of requirements.
The company also identified buttons and joysticks as strong performers at the show and this year visitors flocked to see the UFO Smash Button, Aura Smash Button, Charge ‘N Play and bubbly joysticks.