Newsletter 17 September 2013
G2E Show, Las Vegas
Zonke Monitoring Systems will be exhibiting at the G2E Show in Las Vegas. The show starts on the 24th September and lasts to the 26th September. If you’re in Las Vegas for the show, pop into Booth 3027 and find out what’s new at ZMS.
Interview with our CEO
Catch our CEO, Mr Hosea Malope on Kaya FM 95.9 with Stevie B from 17h50 to 18h00 on Tuesday, 17th September 2013.
ZMS launches its new and improved interactive website
Zonke Monitoring Systems launches its new and improved interactive website this Friday, the 19th August 2013. The website features a fresh new look and feel. Some of the exciting features of our new website include:
- Weekly updates of the Industry Stats
- A functional Customer Zone where our customers can log service calls to our Helpdesk directly
- Bi-monthly Newsletters
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)
- CEMS Product Video Clips
- Product information on Key Systems
Be on the lookout for Social Media links which will be introduced in the coming months with links to Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, RSS Feeds and Skype.
Be the first to send your comments about our new website to firstname.lastname@example.org and win a hamper of branded goodies!!!!
As we reach the end of the 2012 financial year, I would personally like to thank all the stakeholders, especially the Route Operators for their continued support. Their perseverance in rolling out additional sites and machines, during these trying economic conditions coupled with regulatory challenges, has contributed a lot towards the growth of the LPM industry.
The overall number of machines was below the projected number for 2012 (7442 against projected 7812). The highest deficit in the number of machines was experienced in Kwazulu-Natal, due to the absence of a Board for a considerable period of time. Gauteng contributed handsomely to the rollout, reaching 1360 machines. The Western Cape on the other hand continues to generate the highest average GGR (in excess of R4500) per machine per week. The number of machines per province at the end of June 2012 is depicted below.