Gaston Capurro joins Win Systems
19 November 2018
(PRESS RELEASE) -- Win Systems, the leading technology supplier for the gaming and entertainment industry, continues to strengthen its position in the Argentinean market. After the successful installation of its systems, slot machines and electronic roulette in some of the most important operators in the country, the supplier is announcing the incorporation of Gaston Capurro in the new leading role for the company development in the region, heading the commercial office in Buenos Aires.
Gaston Capurro joins Win Systems as Business Development Manager for Argentina, Chile, Uruguay and Paraguay. Gaston has a degree in Business Administration and possess a successful background in the gaming and entertainment sector in the region. In his new position, he will be leading and growing the numerous on-going projects of the company, both in casino management systems, electronic roulette and gaming machines.
Gaston Capurro will replace Marianela Artoni. Win Systems truly thanks Marianela for her contribution and professionalism, while wishing her all the best in the future.
Together with this new appointment, the company also announced the opening of the new corporate office in Buenos Aires. Win Systems will be providing both technical and commercial assistance to all clients in the region from the new office.
Eric Benchimol, CEO of Win Systems, commented, “We’re delighted to welcome Gaston to boost our growing business in the region. Argentinean market, despite the current situation of its economy, is very relevant for Win Systems and we are committed to significantly reinforce our presence in Argentina and the neighboring countries.
We are developing several on-going projects, and both our slot machines and electronic roulette are performing extremely well in some of the best casinos in the country. We have no doubt that Gaston is the right person to head our new office in Buenos Aires. We are certain that his knowledge and expertise will strengthen our offer to all operators in the region.”