Bart C. Shuldman

Chairman and CEO

Bart C. Shuldman is chairman and chief executive officer of TransAct Technologies Incorporated, in Hamden, CT (NASDAQ: TACT). He joined Magnetec Corporation, a subsidiary of Tridex Corporation, in April 1994 and served as president from August 1994 until December 1995 when he was appointed group president of printer operations.

Prior to joining TransAct, he spent 10 years with the General Electric Company holding both manufacturing and sales management positions. He graduated the GE Manufacturing Management Program. Mr. Shuldman then went on to work for Mars Electronics International, a division of Mars Incorporated.

In August 1996, he led an initial public offering (IPO) of the printer operations a division inside Tridex and was named president and CEO of TransAct, the newly formed publicly traded company in August 1996, and elected chairman of the board in Feb. 2001.

TransAct Technologies Incorporated is a leader in developing and manufacturing market-specific solutions, including printers, terminals, software and other products for transaction-based and other industries. These industries include casino and gaming, restaurants, food safety, banking, point-of-sale, hospitality, oil and gas, lottery, and medical and mobile. TransAct distributes its products through OEMs, value-added resellers, selected distributors, and direct to end-users. TransAct has over two million printers installed around the world and has relationships with some of the largest companies in their respective markets.

TransAct also has a strong focus on the after-market side of the business, with a high commitment to recurring revenue for printer service, supplies and spare parts. Through the company’s ecommerce website www.transactsupplies.com, the company offers a wide range of paper and other consumable supplies for oil and gas exploration companies, retailers, restaurants, casinos, banks and kiosk users.

Mr. Shuldman is a board member and actively involved in YPO/WPO (Young/World Presidents Organization).