LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - Jan 31, 2013) - American Gaming Systems® (AGS®), a leading designer, manufacturer and operator of gaming machines with more than 7,500 units in operation, announced today that Ken Bossingham has been appointed as the company's Chief Operating Officer (COO).
In his new role, Bossingham will be responsible for AGS' U.S. operations, including manufacturing, service and installation, call center, sales and marketing.
Bossingham most recently served as Vice President and General Manager of North American Casino Operations for Spielo International since October of 2011. He also served in several management positions at Atronic, including Chief Operating Officer, and was previously Director of Sales for Aristocrat Technologies and Sales Manager for JCM Global.
"The entire management team and I are very pleased to welcome Ken on board," said Robert Miodunski, CEO of AGS. "He brings over 15 years of experience in sales, operations and game development that will boost our entire organization while providing a new level of service to our customers. Ken complements our existing Executive Team of industry veterans with a combined total of over 90 years of industry experience."
"AGS is a company clearly on the upswing and I'm excited to join this dynamic team as COO," Bossingham said. "I look forward to meeting with our customers in markets such as Oklahoma and Illinois where AGS already has a strong position as well as those customers in new markets where we are dedicated to making a strong impact."
With roots in the gaming industry dating back to 1996, AGS' current portfolio of products includes Class III and Class II machines. Privately held, AGS is a leading designer and manufacturer of gaming machines for the Native American gaming market with an emerging presence in a broad range of commercial markets in the United States. AGS has sales, service, development or management locations in Nevada, Illinois, Oklahoma and Canada. To learn more about AGS, please visit us at www.americangamingsystems.com.
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