Crane Payment Innovations (CPI) will be exhibiting at G2E with the most comprehensive portfolio of automated payment systems in the gaming industry. Among the products on display in Las Vegas this year will be the Easitrax Web and its new Maintenance Alerts feature.
Easitrax Web is a recent software extension of Easitrax Soft Count, an RFID-based cash management system that is now installed in more than 200,000 games worldwide. Like Easitrax Soft Count, Easitrax Web works by gathering data from multiple SC note acceptors and funnelling that information into a secure remote database that can be accessed to track revenues and analyse slot performance. And because cashboxes are no longer tied to specific machines, operators can save 20-30 seconds per cashbox on every drop – routinely resulting in a return on investment in less than one year.
What differentiates Easitrax Web from the standard Soft Count package, though, is that it provides even more flexibility and control to operators – further strengthening the efficiencies that lead to a quick payback. The data it collects can still be used to streamline the drop process, facilitate asset evaluations and conduct preventative maintenance programs.
Easitrax Web simply makes it easier to import that data, and convert it into customizable reports, from anywhere in the world with secure intranet access. It also has the functionality to grant security levels.
Now, CPI has released a new Maintenance Alerts feature for Easitrax Web that allows operators to set performance thresholds and receive automated notifications based upon these critical metrics. This will help operators save time and interpret data so problems can be identified and prevented before they even occur.