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JCM Signs Master Supply Agreement with Caesars

JCM Signs Master Supply Agreement with Caesars

JCM Global has signed a master supply agreement with Caesars Entertainment, Inc. Under the arrangement, JCM will provide its award-winning bill validation and thermal printing technology to more than 50 Caesars Entertainment destinations in the U.S. and Canada.

 Previously, JCM executed master supplier agreements with Eldorado Resorts, Inc. and Caesars Entertainment Corp. separately.

 “JCM has been a valued partner of both Caesars Entertainment and Eldorado Resorts for many years,” said Josh Jones, chief marketing officer of Caesars Entertainment. “Now, as a combined group, we are very pleased to continue our strategic relationship with JCM and to enhance our ability to provide our guests with the world-class experiences they expect from Caesars Entertainment.”

JCM will provide its industry-leading iVIZION bill validator, GEN5 Thermal Printer, and ICB systems solutions. These technologies utilize the power of JCM’s award-winning FUZION system, which brings new opportunities for revenue, heightened security, increased productivity, and marketing and promotions to the casino floor.

 JCM technologies are used in more than 85 percent of Las Vegas properties and more than 90 percent of North American tribal and First Nation properties. 

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