Cadillac Jack has promoted Mauro Franic to chief operating officer and Sigmund Lee to chief technology officer.

Mauro Franic


Cadillac Jack, a leading supplier of games and technology to the global gaming industry, has promoted Mauro Franic to chief operating officer and Sigmund Lee to chief technology officer. Franic and Lee continue to report to Gene Chayevsky, Cadillac Jack’s chairman and chief executive officer.

As chief operating officer, Franic will continue to oversee global product management, business intelligence, marketing, revenue planning, and business development, while adding U.S. sales and operations, including production, supply chain management, and field service to his responsibilities. Prior to his role as COO, he served as vice president of product management and marketing where his expertise and strategy helped to strengthen Cadillac Jack’s profitability and market share.

Franic joined Cadillac Jack in September 2006 as director of product management, during which time he was instrumental in the development and introduction of new product lines in the U.S. and Mexico. His experience includes more than seventeen years of product management and business development for Exxon Mobil in Argentina and for Radiant Systems in the U.S., Spain, and the Caribbean.



Sigmund Lee

In his new position as chief technology officer, Lee continues to lead Cadillac Jack’s global technology and product strategy, responsible for R&D, advanced gaming operations, engineering customer support and corporate IT. He joined Cadillac Jack in 2006 as vice president of engineering. Under his leadership, Cadillac Jack’s engineering teams dramatically improved product performance, elevating the player experience to new levels, and helped to build the company into a leading gaming provider in the U.S. and Mexico. Prior to Cadillac Jack, Lee helped streamline the technology direction of Bally Technologies.