Plantation, FL (July 17th, 2014) – Chetu Inc., the world class provider of software development solutions, exhibited at the 2014 Global Internet Gaming Summit & Expo (GIGse) in San Francisco, CA at the Hyatt Regency, July 14th-16th. This year, GiGse’s three day conference gathered the industry’s top decision makers to focus on the iGaming domino effect started by New Jersey, Nevada and Delaware, and the states that are rumored to be next in line to legalize iGaming.
The biggest topic of conversation at GIGse this year was the stagnant iGaming market and the uncertainty of not knowing when the United States will finally legalize iGaming nationally. Attendees were also curious to see and interact with the latest iGaming solutions each exhibitor had developed.
“This is our 4th time exhibiting at the GIGse, it is not a big conference and it’s mostly built around the Technical Sessions, which this year was centered on regulation and the debate to legalize internet gaming. We also noticed this year that there were a lot of politicians in attendance, including former Pennsylvania Governor, Ed Rendell,” said Joe Maltesse, National Account Manager for Gaming & Kiosk at Chetu.
Chetu is a 14-year old software development provider that delivers World-Class IT Solutions serving entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 clients. With a growing team of over 800 skilled engineers spread across seven global locations, it is able to provide a unique delivery model that blends an onsite / offsite team in a setting that fits customer's budget, yet does not compromise on local interaction or real time collaboration. Beyond providing IT resources, Chetu also excels in providing industry specific and niche technology solutions in Healthcare, Retail, Finance, Telecom, Gaming, Hospitality, Travel, E-Learning, Supply chain or others. Its services include process and systems design, package implementation, custom development, business intelligence and reporting, systems integration, as well as testing, maintenance and support. Chetu's expertise spans across the entire IT spectrum.