September 28, 2018
IDEMIA, the global leader in Augmented Identity, is proud to reinforce its relationship with OLG by providing next generation camera-based Lottery Terminals. Thanks to this new technology developed by IDEMIA, OLG will be able to enhance its relationship with players and improve the customer experience.
With more than 25 years of experience in Point of Sale and Lottery / Betting technologies, IDEMIA has already deployed over 280,000 terminals worldwide. Thanks to its industrial leadership and its capacity to innovate, IDEMIA has been able to design the ELITE-Terminals. This next generation solution enables lottery organizations to benefit from more than just a lottery terminal and will allow OLG to improve the retail experience for both customers and retailers.
The ELITE-Terminal offers speed and ease for processing documents (e.g. play slips, receipts, instant tickets, etc.) for retailers; as well as new opportunities for designing innovative play slips for special events.
For this long-term specific project, IDEMIA will work with OLG over the next 18 to 24 months to rollout 10 700 new terminals and associated ticket checkers in retail locations. IDEMIA is also collaborating with Rogers Communication Canada Inc. as the Telecommunications Network Services Provider, with NCR Canada Corp. as the Lottery Terminal Support and Maintenance Services Provider and with FDJ Gaming Solutions (a subsidiary of la Française des Jeux), IDEMIA’s long-term partner, for the delivery of the Lottery Terminal middleware and associated remote management tools.
« IDEMIA is proud to work once again with Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation and provide them with the next generation of camera-based Lottery Terminals. IDEMIA has a worldwide experience and the ability to implement, integrate, and maintain leading edge solutions in the lottery and gaming industry. To date, more than 60,000 units of ELITE-Terminals have been sold worldwide, showing strong success for this ground-breaking technology », said Philippe Larcher, Deputy General Manager for Citizen Identity & Public Security activities at IDEMIA.
« Replacing and updating Lottery terminals will help improve the way OLG connects with customers in a responsible way, » said Greg McKenzie, OLG’s Chief Operating Officer. « It’s part of OLG’s plan to ensure our technology is responsive to changing market expectations. New terminals will allow OLG to add more products and provide a better retail experience for customers, while delivering enhanced features for retailers.»
IDEMIA, the global leader in Augmented Identity for an increasingly digital world, has the ambition to empower citizens and consumers alike to interact, pay, connect, travel and vote in ways that are now possible in a connected environment. Securing our identity has become mission critical in the world we live in today. By standing for Augmented Identity, we reinvent the way we think, produce, use and protect this asset, whether for individuals or for objects. We ensure privacy and trust as well as guarantee secure, authenticated and verifiable transactions for international clients from Financial, Telecom, Identity, Public Security, Gaming and IoT sectors.
OT (Oberthur Technologies) and Safran Identity & Security (Morpho) have joined forces to form IDEMIA. With close to $3 billion in revenues and 14,000 employees around the world, IDEMIA serves clients in 180 countries.
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OLG is a crown agency that develops world-class gaming entertainment for the Province of Ontario.Acting in a socially responsible way, OLG conducts and manages land-based gaming facilities; the sale of province-wide lottery games; PlayOLG Internet gaming; and the delivery of bingo and other electronic gaming products at Charitable Gaming Centres. OLG is also helping to build a more sustainable horse racing industry in Ontario. Since 1975, OLG has provided nearly $47 billion to the people and Province of Ontario to support key government priorities like health care; the treatment, prevention and research of problem gambling; and support for amateur athletes. Each year, proceeds from OLG’s operations also support host communities, Ontario First Nations, lottery retailers and local charities across the province.