The CPI team took the opportunity to demonstrate its cash and cashless portfolio. The company has its roots in cash handling with a proven return on investment model that has made the banknote acceptor SC Advance a firm favorite in gaming locations throughout the world with more than 3 million units in the field worldwide.
“The BEGE is a key exhibition for the Balkan region and this is an excellent opportunity to show the proven difference CPI makes in cash and cashless payment technology,” explained Anette Jauch, CPI sales director for EMEA Gaming. “At CPI we have always focused on bringing the very best technology to the industry that ensures optimal machine uptime. We focus on being a game changer, thus providing solutions that make a genuinely positive contribution to the operator bottom line. Payment systems are the port of entry for any gaming machine and the better they work the more satisfied the customer will be. Our solutions are well known for their longevity as well as working correctly every time – giving operators peace of mind that when they choose CPI they are choosing a future-proof supplier.”
With more than 500,000 live cashless connections in the field, CPI is the proven partner for all types of applications where cashless payment is required. As the trend – particularly amongst younger players – continues towards cashless, CPI has a solution that enables players to purchase a TITO ticket using their debit or credit card.
The portfolio was completed with the new Alio all-in-one cashless payment device as well as CPI’s real-time Easitrax Connect payment management system. “BEGE 2019 was another very successful show for CPI with a lot of interest in our cash and cashless products,” was Jauch’s conclusion.