Hermes Softlab New Technology

February 24, 2010 | Sarah Blackburn

HERMES SoftLab, a ComTrade company, and leading software engineering services and IT solutions company for the gaming industry has proudly announced that it is the latest member to join the Gaming Standards Association (GSA).

HERMES SoftLab will be joining a long list of reputable and well known gaming companies and the company will benefit from being associated with an organization that brings together one common goal, interoperability on the casino floor.

The GSA is an internationally recognized trade association that creates benefits for gaming manufacturers, suppliers, operators and regulators and also facilitates the identification, definition, development and implementation of open standards for the benefit of the entire industry.

Ales Gornjec, Business Development Manager for gaming at HERMES SoftLab said “We are pleased to announce our membership with GSA and look forward to contributing with other GSA members in order to build a clear set of standards bring the gaming industry together.”

“We are very excited to see HERMES SoftLab, a ComTrade Company, join GSA as they are well positioned to drive the rapid adoption of the GSA standards. They provide the gaming industry software solutions that enable the implementation of our standards. Any vendor can now rapidly design products with the core GSA communication protocol already in place.”

Peter DeRaedt, President GSA.

HERMES SoftLab is a major developer of software for the gaming industry and is one of the few companies in the world that offers both G2S and S2S standards implementation. In January 2008 HERMES SoftLab launched a G2S building block followed with support for version 2.0 in July 2009 to add better support and allow our customers to deliver a GSA compliant solution faster.