Eastern Europe to be focus for GeWeTe’s corporate strategy in 2017

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Cash-handling firm GeWeTe, a subsidiary of the Gauselmann Group, celebrated its début at BEGE Expo this November, making a strong impression on visitors.

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]wo of the firm’s change machines were on display, the Cash-Center-Compact-Casino and the Cash-Center-Compact, meeting the requirements for both the casino and street gaming segments.

“The feedback at this exhibition was excellent,” said GeWeTe MD, Aristidis Tsikouras. “We understand the needs of operators and thus we have created a new change machine that ideally fits the requirements of street gaming operators in Eastern Europe.”

Aiming to offer “practically everything an operator requires” in a change/redemption machine, operators can configure the PC-based Cash-Center-Compact-Casino machine to best fit their needs, utilising an electronic coin acceptor, a banknote reader or banknote recycler.

Featuring a 15” touchscreen and fitted with four high-capacity banknote dispensers – with a total capacity of 12,000 notes – its barcode reader and TiTo features make it ideal for both the casino segment as well as sports betting.

Alongside this, GeWeTe introduced a new version of its Cash-Center-Compact, created to meet the needs of the Eastern European street gaming segment, the company reported positive feedback from visitors to the show.

The design focus behind this machine leans more towards change giving, utilising a 7” touchscreen, it offers extensive coin and banknote change capacity with note dispensers that can store up to 2,000 banknotes in addition to further banknote recycling capacity.

BEGE Expo was also a special occasion for GeWeTe’s sales manager Jens Möller, marking his first exhibition since joining the company.

“We are here to support operators in Eastern Europe and that is why we have strengthened our sales team, bringing onboard Jens Möller who combines a great technical understanding with vast industry experience,” Tsikouras added.

“We have the structure in place to build our presence in Eastern Europe and this will be a focus of our corporate strategy in the coming year.”

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