Slot networking started with us. We've refined the technology and expanded the offerings. Now m3t is a leader in the industry with the only hybrid SAS-S2S ticket server, integrated slot and table accounting, and even more on the horizon.
Inception of casino systems and m3t dates back to the IT department of two major Atlantic City casinos.
Future m3t personnel join a new national casino systems company to continue enhancing casino management.
Windows based casino system developed by future m3t personnel provides new cost effective solutions.
m3t's legacy system deploys a number of improvements and upgrades in a major Nevada casino.
Future m3t system with player tracking hardware is deployed at 3 major casinos in Mississippi, Indiana and Louisiana.
The hybrid S2S/SAS ticket server is developed and deployed in casinos across Oklahoma. Integrated Vault and Cashier modules are added to the m3t system for the Oklahoma market.
2008 saw development of numerous industry leading features, including table accounting, an all new players club, custom promotions and kiosk services.
With 2012 came a whole new chapter for M3t with the release of our ticket redemption / ATM / Bill Breaking kiosk in the State of Illinois.
M3t introduced the TR8011 – ticket redemption / ATM terminal in the in the state of Illinois, selling 2,000+ units .
Forging new ground, M3t introduced the first of its kind, cloud hosted - route management system (RMS) fully integrated with the TR8011 kiosks. The RMS provides our customers the platform to excel in managing all types of slot route operations.
Advanced architecture. Faster deployment of data. Overseeing multiple sites from one dashboard. m3t is making management of multiple locations much simpler. We’ve got a knack for knowing what the future holds and needs. In fact, we’re delivering it right now.
As our Route Management System matures we are focused on a distributed player's club model unlike anything else in the indstry, driving significant revenue generation for route operators across the United States.
M3t has big plans for the future with innovative cash access features and new casino managemet system technology unsurpassed in the industry.
As president and owner, Bowden's role is to direct the sustainability of m3t's casino and cash management systems and the marketplace growth of its casino resort customers as the company expands domestically and internationally. Bowden's past experience includes managing information systems and leading development teams.
Bowden began his career at AT&T Network Systems and later Bell Labs where he redesigned company processes and specified strategic requirements for new information systems. As systems engineer for AT&T and senior project manager for Baker Hughes – EIMCO, Bowden designed information systems and redesigned business processes. Bowden transitioned to a Datawise/OptiComp Oracle Consulting Group where he developed large Oracle Database Systems for clients. Since then Bowden has been involved in all aspects of the U.S. Class II and Class III gaming markets, including hardware and information systems and marketing and sales of a variety of systems.
Bowden received a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering from the University of Oklahoma and a Master of Science degree in industrial engineering and management from Oklahoma State University.
Carpenter began his career working as a computer technician for Integrity Gaming in Oklahoma. While there, he gained extensive experience managing servers, server software, and networks with an emphasis on the Oklahoma gaming industry, primarily the Native American casino market.
Today as a co-owner, he uses that knowledge to build m3t market share in the national gaming industry. His primary role is leading the development and customer service standards as the company expands.
Carpenter holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration and a Bachelor of Arts degree in secondary education from University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma.
For seven years Waddle served as a government affairs manager and lobbyist for Devon Energy Corporation, a Fortune 500 company headquartered in Oklahoma City. From there, Waddle was tapped to run the Love's Entrepreneurship Center at Oklahoma City University (OCU), his alma mater. During Waddle's management of the Love's Center's activities, he assisted more than 60 small businesses in developing successful and sustainable operations.
Waddle was introduced to m3t through his work at the Love's Center, and today he directs the development of the company's business model, strategic partnerships and day-to-day operations.
Waddle graduated Magna Cum Laude from OCU with a Bachelor of Science degree in economics and also holds an MBA from OCU.
Prior to joining m3t in 2009 as general counsel, Tytanic spent nearly 25 years as in-house counsel for Kerr-McGee Corporation and later Devon Energy Corporation, both headquartered in Oklahoma City. In that role he provided legal services to several of the business units that supported international and domestic energy activities, corporate compliance and shared services. Tytanic is also an Adjunct Professor at the University of Oklahoma College of law.
Prior to his corporate counsel positions, Tytanic worked in private practice where he focused on complex energy-related business litigation.
Tytanic is experienced in transactional, litigation and regulatory issues. Tytanic received a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in public administration and a minor in economics, and a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Oklahoma.
Kotova has 15 years experience in the U.S. gaming industry, beginning as a casino cage simulcast cashier and supervisor. Kotova developed an expertise in casino technology at Logical Solutions International and is knowledgeable in all components of casino floor software, including accounting, kiosks, tableside units for table games, marketing, Player's Club and slot systems. Kotova began developing software at Tech Innovations where he worked on developing the slots system and creating a new player tracking system.
At m3t, Kotova's focus is designing state-of-the-art casino management systems customized for the hybrid S2S/SAS ticket markets.
Kotova received a bachelor of science degree in computer science from Richard Stockton College.
Cernuto has extensive engineering experience in many fields, including electronic, electromechanical, mechanical, software, and firmware design. Cernuto has more than 20 years of gaming experience designing player tracking and slot accounting systems as well as gaming machines that are installed in casinos worldwide. Cernuto has been issued multiple patents and is recognized for the design and implementation of innovative casino technologies, such as TITO, and server-based gaming.