PROVIDENCE, R.I., April 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Spectra Systems Corporation (LSE: SPSY.L) is pleased to announce that it has signed a lottery Internal Control System (ICS) services contract to benefit the Michigan Lottery, which is the first to include a dedicated Internal Control System with new service and software development capabilities for Internet and mobile lottery. The contract has an initial term of four years with provisions for extensions.
The Michigan Lottery's iLottery services will allow Michigan residents to play their favorite existing lottery games through new distribution channels—over the Internet and on mobile devices. The ICS platform will provide the lottery an independent ability to monitor and validate the Internet and mobile sales and ensure player and system integrity and security.
"Spectra Systems is excited to help bring iLottery services to the residents of Michigan," expressed Nabil Lawandy, chief executive officer at Spectra Systems. He continued, "Over the coming years, we hope to bring security and integrity of ICS services to the benefit of lotteries as they open new channels of digital distribution."
Spectra Systems, headquartered in Providence, RI, is a leading provider of machine-readable banknote authentication and gaming security technology with manufacturing and engineering facilities in East Providence, RI and Vancouver, BC Canada. Spectra Systems is a listed company on the London Stock Exchange (AIM) since July of 2011.
SOURCE Spectra Systems Corporation