CPI will be exhibiting the SC Advance note acceptor and Easitrax Web cash management solution for the Peruvian and wider Latin American market for the 15th edition of the Peru Gaming Show (PGS).
The company prides itself on working in partnership with its customers to enhance its portfolio of high-quality payment solutions – from coin and bill processing to cashless systems and asset management software – and CPI’s representatives will be on hand at PGS to demonstrate the firm’s latest innovations.
Known for its powerful performance capabilities, SC Advance is part of the reliable SC line of note acceptors, with more than 2 million units sold worldwide.
It features the industry’s best first-pass acceptance rate for new and street-grade notes; a robust recognition system for reading the high-tech security features that are now being introduced on banknotes around the world; and expansive memory to accommodate not only new banknote introductions but also new security algorithms that will help protect against fraud as criminals become ever-more sophisticated.
Visitors at the Peru Gaming Show will have the opportunity to evaluate SC Advance alongside its versatile Easitrax Web cash management solution.
Easitrax Web is a recent software extension of the RFID-based Easitrax Soft Count system, which has now been installed in more than 200,000 games worldwide.
It works by collecting performance data from SC note acceptors and funnelling that information into an intuitive database than can be leveraged to streamline the drop process, asset evaluations, maintenance programs and more.
Designed to maximise control and flexibility, Easitrax Web allows operators to create customised reports, grant permission levels and track performance remotely from anywhere in the world with secure intranet access.