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JCM – ICE PREVIEW


JCM Global is future-focused at ICE 2020


JCM Global will exhibit a new range of cutting-edge cash- handling products at this year’s ICE on stand N3-220, confirming the company’s reputation for innovation.


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he major focus of the JCM stand at ICE will be the new UBA Pro Family, which sets a new standard in bill validation,” says Payam Zadeh, General Manger JCM Europe. “The newly introduced product suite consists of a bill


validator – the UBA Pro – and two bill recyclers for two and four denominations – the UBA Pro-RT and UBA Pro-RQ. The UBA Pro Family builds on the solid foundation of the best of our bill validation technologies and raises the bar.” The UBA Pro Family suite is built on the foundations of


JCM’s pioneering bill validation technologies and takes the next step in casino cash management. This isn’t the


only cutting edge offering to go on display at ICE 2020, however, with JCM also showing the MRX Modular Banknote Recycler. The MRX is fast, flexible and perfect for a wide range of payment terminal types and tables. Accepting two banknotes per second, with an escrow capacity of up to 30 notes and a recycler cassette capacity of up to 60 notes x 2 drums, operators can select the number of cassettes they need for each individual application making it the ultimate option for flexibility. Another product that visitors to stand N3-220 will find on display is iVIZION, the bill validator that processes banknotes faster than any other in its class with 100 % total image capture – meaning higher accuracy and higher security. Operators visiting the JCM stand will also have the chance to see the RDM, iPRO-RC, tbv, and VEGA bill acceptors/recyclers. JCM will also be displaying the latest in system


technologies including ICB – the Intelligent Cash Box, Ticket2Go – an extremely flexible ticketing solution for both analogue and digital platforms, which can increase machine uptime and reduce operator costs – and PromoNET, which allows operators to personalize their promotions, reward individual player performance and implement couponing across their operation. Visitors to ICE 2020 can also see JCM’s FUZION system, which connects JCM’s GEN5 printer and the iVIZION bill validator with an operators CMS to deliver player-focused features to every machine — with lottery tickets, sports wagering, promotions and more available at the touch of a button. ICE attendees can also see the FUZION-ready GEN5


printer, which has the potential for lottery ticket vending, race/sport ticket vending as well as tax forms printing. Moreover, it has 50% more capacity than a standard unit and presents complete tickets to reduce player interference. “JCM has always understood and seized the


opportunities that ICE offers,” adds Payam Zadeh. “We anticipate an excellent show in 2020 and look forward to seeing existing customers and meeting new ones in London.”


JCM Global will have a strong team at the exhibition on


its new-look stand, giving operators the personal touch that has made the company one of the most trusted in the world. Those attending ICE 2020 include Haruaki Nakao, Managing Director JCM Europe, Payam Zadeh, General Manager JCM Europe / Managing Director JCM Europe (UK) and Masaki Mitsuboshi, Director Competence Center EMEA.


46 JANUARY 2020


All are kindly invited to our booth number N3-220 at ICE 2020


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