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Panel Discussion: Creating the truly open, fluid, dynamic infrastructure that smooths the path for rapid deployment of innovation
Standardized National Account System Interface: How might the industry define a universal language to enable faster retail innovation; i.e. a set of routines, protocols, and tools for building software applications, and interface that provides a single platform for seamless inter-operability, dramatically reducing the costs and time-line required by Lotteries and their commercial partners to implement new games, technologies, and standardized business practices.   How does this kind of initiative benefits to Retailers, Lottery, and the Players.  Define the appropriate business model. Who might host it?  What are the obstacles to implementation and how quickly can this be executed?

Moderator:  Gary Grief, Executive Director, Texas Lottery, Chair of the Powerball Group

Gardner Gurney, Director, Division of the Lottery New York State Gaming Commission

Carole Hedinger, Executive Director, New Jersey Lottery

Terry Presta, Executive Director, Kansas Lottery

Paul Riley, Vice President Product Marketing and Interactive Wagering, IGT

This video presentation is brought to you by Public Gaming Research Institute and was recorded live at SMART-TECH 2016  in New York City, NY April 2016.  Copyright © 2016

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