SYDNEY (26 July 2011) – Gaming Laboratories International’s first international office location was established in Adelaide, Australia, in 1994, and the company has been serving the region ever since. Now GLI Australia and its three full-service labs are making final preparations for the Australasian Gaming Expo. AGE takes place 21-23 August at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre in Darling Harbour, and GLI will be in stand #280.
GLI Australia has recently made a series of positive changes, the most significant of which was integrating GLI Australia into GLI’s powerful global submission process. That integration enabled GLI Australia to share GLI’s global common database, empowering its supplier clients to quickly enter the global marketplace.
“AGE provides us with the perfect opportunity to meet with suppliers from across the region and to show them how the results of our hard work will benefit them,” said Ian Hughes, GLI Managing Director of the Asia/Pacific Region. “We will be meeting with suppliers to help them understand how our exclusive tools can help them grow in the Australian and New Zealand marketplace, and how they can expand their reach globally to the U.S., Latin America and Asia.”
GLI’s exclusive and award-winning GLI Link® technology allows suppliers to remotely test devices against systems, saving time and money that might otherwise be spent in shipping. Then, GLI’s exclusive and award-winning Point.Click.Transfer.SM technology empowers suppliers to transfer previously certified devices into jurisdictions around the world, immediately opening up a global marketplace.
Information about GLI Link and Point.Click.Transfer. and GLI’s five other exclusive tools is available at www.gaminglabs.com or by calling any of GLI’s three full-service Australian labs:
• Adelaide,+61- 8-8277-1422
• Melbourne, +61-3-9820-0109
• Sydney, +61-2-9662-7550
For more than 20 years, Gaming Laboratories International, LLC has been the world leader in providing independent testing, inspection and certification services to the gaming industry. With 17 laboratory locations located across Africa, Asia, Australia, the Caribbean, Europe, North America and South America, GLI is the only global organization of its kind to hold U.S. and international accreditations for compliance with ISO/IEC 17025, 17020 and Guide 65 standards for technical competence in the Gaming industry. GLI offers independent third party evaluation and certification of Gaming technology, devices and systems in addition to providing network and information security assessments. For more information, visit www.gaminglabs.com.