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US – JCM upgrades ICB Intelligent Cash Box System at Two Sac & Fox Nation Casinos

By - 22 February 2021

JCM Global has installed an upgrade to its ICB Intelligent Cash Box system at two Sac & Fox Nation casinos in Oklahoma.

The 623 slot games at Black Hawk Casino in Shawnee and the 148 slot games at Sac & Fox Nation Casino in Stroud now have the added boost of technology of JCM’s sophisticated ICB 3.0, further enhancing security and efficiencies. Both properties also benefit from JCM’s industry-leading iVIZION® bill validators and a combination of GEN5 and GEN2U thermal printers.

Casino Executive Robert Abney said: “Sac and Fox Nation is always seeking the latest technological advancements to improve our guests’ experiences at both of our properties. That is why we have partnered with JCM to launch the new ICB and iVIZION bill validation system.”

“At JCM, we connect, listen, and partner with our customers, and ICB 3.0 at the Sac & Fox Nation Casinos is a perfect example,” JCM SVP Sales, Marketing, & Operations Dave Kubajak said. “By upgrading to the ICB 3.0 solution to enhance their casino operation, Sac & Fox Nation Casinos joins more than 200 casino management groups operating over 261,000 EGMs in North America with JCM ICB system technology.”

JCM’s ICB 3.0 technology further increases security and efficiency, all with an updated, user-friendly interface that sets new standards for gaming. ICB 3.0 features an intuitive design that streamlines and simplifies cash box collection, saving saves time and labor. ICB 3.0 also automatically records cash box totals, and asset tracking is digital and automatic, reducing human error, and eliminating the need for meticulous cash box rotations.

ICB 3.0 brings the gaming industry an innovative combination of management dashboards, mobility, and customizable web reporting that allows users to access essential information securely anytime, anywhere. ICB 3.0 provides multiple graph-style reports which can easily be modified for each user and can be exported to Excel and PDF files.

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