JCM Global – a leader in technology for currency and transaction management including that for casino floors – will give an Asian debut at Macao Gaming Show 2015 to a new currency validation and reporting product for table games operations. It works with the ticket-in-ticket-out technology (also known as ‘TITO’) typically found on modern slot machines and electronic table games, the company said, without providing further details in advance of the show.
The firm – also known as JCM American Corp – will also show at MGS 2015 its range of bill validation, printing and system products designed to maintain for casino operators what the company terms “the highest levels of security”.
JCM says its iVIZION bill validator is the most widely used in Macau. It says iVIZION is equipped with the most advanced validation security features available, and has an acceptance rate for valid banknotes of 99-plus percent. The firm’s latest variation – iVIZION-HC – features a high-capacity cash box, which JCM says “perfectly fits” the Macau market and its high volumes of slot and table play.
JCM’s ticket printing products include the GEN2 Universal printer, with universal connection ports. It says the printer has a “proven track record of reliability”, with more than 1.5 million units in use worldwide.
The company will also exhibit at MGS 2015 its ICB Intelligent Cash Box, which it says has been “proven to improve a casino’s overall accounting efficiencies by automating processes, thereby eliminating human errors”. JCM will also show the PromoNet system used to issue promotional coupons to casino players, and a hand-held device called BlueWave DX to allow firmware uploads to casino floor digital technology.
“We invite the Asian gaming industry to visit us at the Macao Gaming Show, to experience our award-winning product line first hand, and to celebrate our past success and the beginning of our next 60 years,” said Jay Townsend, JCM Asia new business development manager. He was referring to the 60th anniversary this year of the founding of the parent, Japan Cash Machine Co Ltd, in 1955.
Macao Gaming Show 2015 takes place from November 17 to 19 at Cotai Expo at the Venetian Macao.
JCM Global is at stand AH20.
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