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Checking the Checks

Product: Check Prove Manufacturer: NEWave

Checking the Checks

NEWave, a leading supplier of compliance software for a variety of casino-business functions, has seen rapidly growing sales for its “Check Prove” product, currently the most widely used payroll check-cashing software in southern Nevada.

Check Prove significantly increases the speed, accuracy and security of the entire payroll check-cashing process. The software automatically compares checks against business rules, check-cashing history, visual check and customer ID comparisons to known good images. Check Prove has been field-verified to dramatically decrease payroll check fraud.

Check Prove is an optional module of NEWave’s popular myRevenue Manager software suite, a collection of sophisticated software modules that automates myriad processes in the revenue stream across the entire casino operation, from cage to kiosks and everywhere in between.

For more information, visit mynewave.com.

 

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