Andrew Cardno

Private Blockchain Platform Context Networks Appoints Andrew Cardno As Chief Technical Advisor

Job Appointments | May 6, 2020 By:

Context Networks has appointed Andrew Cardno as the company’s new Chief Technical Advisor.

Context Networks claims to be the world’s first omni-channel marketing system to unify high-contextualized marketing messages across all physical and digital displays, helping casinos and lottery operators drive new revenue streams by building more direct and meaningful relationships with their customers. The company created the first Platform-as-a-Service, turnkey advertising system built on blockchain technology for the casino and gaming industry.

Cardno is an author, inventor, software engineer and an award-winning gaming industry leader. He has received more than 26 international awards, including leading two winning teams for Smithsonian Laureates for Heroism in Information Technology in Data Visualization accolades. Cardno is the CEO and founder of Game Changing Technologies and has worked with key casino operators across the globe, including MGM Resorts International, Carnival Cruise Lines, Crown Casinos, Sands Corporation and many Native American-owned casinos throughout the United States.

As Context Networks’ new Chief Technical Advisor, Cardno will focus on technical services leadership, data analytics and further innovation within the realm of technology.

“With his extensive expertise in technology for the casino industry, Andrew is the perfect person for this new position, and we are thrilled to add him to our growing team,” said Matthew Olden, Founder and CEO, Context Networks. “Our customers can look forward to more innovation and our team members will enjoy connecting with one of the greatest technical leaders in the industry today.”

“With their use of blockchain and AI to drive revenue in casinos, Context Networks has impressed me with their ability to deliver deep insights and drive loyalty and revenue. I look forward to helping them expand their outreach and innovation through technology,” Cardno said.