Nanoptix Inc. is a global provider of technologies for the gaming, lottery, kiosk, POS and amusement markets. Over the past twenty years, Nanoptix has earned a reputation of excellent value and outstanding customer support, with superior technology at a very competitive price.
We love our work – designing and manufacturing high tech products. Nothing we’d rather do (well, almost nothing) than roll up our sleeves and dive deep into the minutiae of problem-solving. Putting things together. Making them work – better, faster, longer.
Way, way back in the early 90s, a group of engineers and businessmen met. At the time, we were working for various companies within the lottery and gaming industry. We worked together for years, getting to know each other personally and professionally, preparing for the day when we would start our own firm. That day came in 1996 – November 21st to be precise.
For the first years in business, we focused on one industry sector – lottery. Specifically, on the design and manufacturing of highly sophisticated thermal direct printers. Our printers meet the demands of high-volume transaction environments as well as the reliability needed by our customers. Over time our passion expanded to more product innovation in the sector we are passionate about; the gaming, lottery, kiosk, POS and amusement industries.
A company is only as good as the people who work there. While this is true, it’s only half of the picture. Recruiting the right people, keeping them challenged and motivated, giving them every opportunity to excel – that’s how successful businesses are built. Time and time again, our people have proven to be up for any engineering challenge.
Our first day in business, Daniel Vienneau stapled this note on the wall:
“Provide our customers the most advanced, efficient, reliable, innovative, customized products and services in the marketplace.”
Our area of expertise is “Transactional Equipment”. Any time a person buys a theater or lottery ticket, a restaurant meal, or plays a slot machine in a casino, it’s a transaction that needs technologies.