Trapp Technology, a Scottsdale, Arizona-based provider of cloud, Internet, VoIP, and IT managed services, has secured its Arizona state Gaming Vendor Certification and is now able to deliver professional and managed IT services to Tribal organizations categorized under the Arizona gaming industry.
Applicants must first receive sponsorship to qualify as a candidate for the Arizona state Gaming Vendor Certification. Determined by the Arizona Department of Gaming, eligible candidates undergo an extensive screening process that involves special agents, financial investigators, a compliance auditor and an intake auditor.
Trapp Technology received sponsorship from an Arizona-based gaming organization in July of 2015 and has since passed rigorous background checks and investigation of the company’s history, its principals, and key personnel. As of December 2015, Trapp Technology has been joining the exclusive list of authorized vendors to conduct business on Tribal casino property as a certified Class D vendor.
“As an industry leader in providing state-of-the-art, ultra-secure technology solutions to mainstream businesses, our commitment to meet highly demanding regulations and compliance is constant,” said David Trapp, CEO of Trapp Technology. “Securing our Gaming Vendor Certification was a prioritized initiative that we’re proud to have accomplished during this time of unprecedented company growth.”
Twice-ranked by Inc. 500 as one of the ‘fastest-growing private companies in America,’ Trapp Technology is now able to provide Tribal clients with IT consultations, hardware purchases, VoIP services, and an entire gamut of professional and managed services, solutions, and support for their upcoming projects in 2016 and beyond.
“We’re excited to build new relationships with Arizona Tribes and add value to the short list of active vendors with an Arizona state gaming license,” added Mr. Trapp. “We believe this expansion comes at a most opportune time for us to establish a formidable presence in an unsaturated, yet flourishing market.”