30th of January 2013 Author: Ava Jackuard
The San Francisco-based Location-as-a-Service company Locaid issued an announcement this week that it has clinched a deal with lottery and gaming solutions provider GTech to provide it with secure mobile location, IP location and other location-based services including geo-fencing and location authentication to support its smartphone-based lottery systems and applications.
By introducing Locaid's location positions, GTech will stand high in terms of lottery technology innovation in the United States, and thanks to a geo-compliance engine, any lottery purchase on a mobile or internet-connected device will be made only within state borders, but outside of designated exclusion zones such as tribal lands.
Specifying reasons for entering such partnership, Matthew Whalen, senior vice president and CTO at GTech said: "GTech is a platform leader in an industry that is rapidly embracing the BYOD - Bring-Your-Own-Device - phenomenon.
"We selected Locaid because we need to reach all our customers, regardless of what kind of device they carry. With Locaid, GTech can now deliver the reach and uptime that meets the extremely rigorous requirements of our partners, including state lottery administrators and gaming regulators."
"Locaid is the only location platform that could meet GTech's demanding requirements for both secure mobile and IP location," added Locaid president and CEO, Rip Gerber.
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