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G2e Las Vegas – Cummins Allison shows JetScan

By - 25 September 2012

Cummins Allison will be introducing the JetScan iFX i100 and i200 ticket processing solution to the North American market at G2e.

The compact desktop devices scan and image casino tickets and currency at an industry-leading speed of 1,200 items per minute – eliminating the need to copy and store physical tickets.

JetScan iFX i100/i200 provides gaming organizations with additional cost saving benefits, including eliminating the need to presort tickets and cash prior to processing. Gaming organizations currently photocopying or microfilming tickets can experience significant time savings with this groundbreaking technology – ticket images are scanned and digitally stored on a host. Customers can choose to send the images to their own systems or use Cummins Allison’s Image Management Software, which allows tickets to be stored in a central database and later researched, sorted or reviewed without affecting legacy software.

The i100 also comes standard with a currency scanning and counting feature at an industry-leading rate of 1,600 notes per minute. It is the only machine that can process tickets, currency and checks on a single device, saving employee time and processing fees as well as equipment and service costs.

The i200 counts, sorts and captures mixed tickets and currency at 1,200 items per minute into two fully-functioning pockets. Tickets can be sorted into one pocket while currency is sorted into another for faster, more complete processing.

Cummins Allison President Doug Mennie said: “The JetScan iFX i100 and i200 are part of Cummins Allison’s revolutionary JetScan iFX document imaging platform, which features advanced ticket, currency and check processing capabilities. This new technology paves the way for the ultimate in ticket processing. With a single machine that images and processes tickets, currency and checks gaming operations can streamline functions and reduce processing costs, providing new ways of improving the bottom line.”


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