CPI exhibited its portfolio of automated payment systems

Crane Payment Innovations (CPI) exhibited at G2E Asia with a comprehensive portfolio of automated payment systems.  Along the products on display were the MEI SC Advance note acceptor, EASITRAX Web cash management system and PPM Advance support tool.

“Whilst the month-over-month negative returns in Macau gaming has been creating negative sentiment in the industry as of late, slot floors have remained healthy and continue to grow as a percentage of casino revenue,” said Graeme Lewis, CPI vice president of gaming – Asia Pacific.  “In addition to the expansion activities on Cotai, regional growth in the Philippines, Indochina and Micronesia continues to spur the market along as evidenced by the very healthy representation of all OEMs at G2E Asia.

“The atmosphere at the show was indeed very energetic, and CPI were well-positioned for high visibility and contact with all the regional operators that attended. We consider our exhibition at G2E Asia to be very successful.”

When used together, SC Advance, EASITRAX and PPM Advance create a powerful cash management solution for Gaming operators. SC Advance belongs to the SC family of note acceptors that has achieved a field base of more than two million units worldwide. Equally impressive, nearly 200,000 of those units are coupled with the EASITRAX cash management system.  With the addition of the PPM Advance support tool, these products not only generate newfound efficiencies from the slot floor to the back room, but they also give operators the greatest amount of control over their games.

Also on the CPI booth was the CashCode MSM BackLoad note acceptor, which is designed to support door-mounted applications with small footprints such as bingo, roulette and tabletop sports betting terminals. To meet industry demands, it is available in up-stacking and down-stacking configurations. Additionally, CPI featured several coin acceptors and hoppers with varying footprints and capacities to meet individual application requirements.