Tim Frawley and Mike Amie have joined NetEffect, a Las Vegas-based, full-service provider of computer and information technology support and consulting services.
Frawley will be a gaming and hospitality specialist, responsible for overseeing NetEffect’s new gaming division, which was launched this last year.
Prior to joining NetEffect, Frawley served first as vice president of IT operations and then as vice president and chief technology officer for MGM Resorts International. In these roles, he oversaw all aspects of the enterprise’s Information Technology across ten Las Vegas Strip properties.
Amie has also joined the company as a gaming and hospitality specialist, and is responsible for assisting in the management of NetEffect’s increasing client base in its gaming division.
Prior to joining NetEffect, Amie served as the vice president of IT services and support at MGM Resorts International. At MGM, Mike oversaw the IT operations of 13 separate properties across Las Vegas and Reno. He also provided helpdesk support for properties in Mississippi and Detroit.
NetEffect was granted the first gaming license specifically for IT Service Providers by the Nevada Gaming Commission. The license allows NetEffect to provide management, support, security, and disaster recovery services for gaming board regulated hardware and software systems.