Crane Payment Innovations

The Gold Standard for Payment Systems

CPI is the industry’s leading expert in payment systems and cash management solutions. From note and coin devices to cashless systems and emerging payment technologies, CPI products are trusted to process more than 4 billion transactions every week.

Especially in casino gaming, CPI’s SC Advance note acceptor sets the gold standard for performance, reliability and total cost of ownership.

SC Advance is part of the winning SC product line, of which more than 2 million units have been sold worldwide. It features the industry’s best first-pass acceptance rate for valid street-grade notes—including notes that are damp, dirty, crinkled or torn. Its robust recognition system is built to effectively read the high-tech security features that currently are, and soon will be introduced, on new banknotes around the world. And, its expansive memory accommodates new banknote introductions as well as new security algorithms that will protect operators against emerging criminal threats.

SC Advance also is accompanied by a growing suite of modular extensions—including Easitrax, the industry’s smartest cash box system now installed in more than 200,000 games worldwide. Easitrax links the slot floor to the back room to maximize operational efficiencies. The data it collects from SC note acceptors can be used to streamline the drop process, facilitate asset evaluations and conduct preventative maintenance programs so more money makes it to customers’ bottom lines.

For more information, visit Booth 4025 at G2E or visit CranePI.com.

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