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GTECH's Lottery Inside technology offered through Dresser Wayne Nucleus

Published in CSP Daily News

WEST GREENWICH, R.I. -- GTECH Holdings Corp. and Dresser Wayne, a business unit of Dresser Inc., has announced the successful integration of GTECH's Lottery Inside technology into Dresser Wayne's Nucleus Point of Sale (POS) platform. Dresser Wayne and GTECH have combined efforts to offer the speed, security and cost efficiency of lottery ticket sales and services on Dresser Wayne retail petroleum equipment.

Lottery Inside enables the sale of lottery tickets without a dedicated lottery terminal. With Lottery Inside, a retailer's PC-based POS device connects [image-nocss] to a Lottery Inside software application on a network to conveniently perform lottery ticket functions. This will equip the modern retail environment with the necessary middleware applications and open-technology solutions required to connect with lottery central system processing.

"This collaboration represents a great example of how flexible GTECH's technology has become for the retail industry. By offering lottery as a simple menu option on Wayne's Nucleus POS terminal, retailers can regain counter space and reduce labor through simplified sales accounting," said GTECH vice president of corporate marketing, Chris Lyons.

As part of this integration, Dresser Wayne's Nucleus platform receives GTECH ES Approved Partner status, a GTECH Enterprise Series program that ensures adherence to open standards and interoperability.

West Greenwich, R.I.-based GTECH is a gaming technology, content and services company. It also leverages its operational presence and infrastructure to supply commercial transaction processing services.

Dresser Wayne, headquartered in Austin, Texas, is a business unit of Dresser Inc., Dallas, and is an industry pioneer for the retail fueling industry. Also, it designs and markets software systems that enable its retail fueling customers to manage the convenience store aspects of their businesses more efficiently, including inventory control, pricebook management, labor management and site administration.