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GeWeTe – ICE PREVIEW GeWeTe’s Cash Center Deluxe a


must-see for ICE guests Find GeWeTe alongside other Gauselmann Group companies on booth no. N4-110, 210, 220 and 250


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eWeTe, the Gauselmann Group-owned cash handling experts with some 26 years of experience in the sector, will be impressing ICE visitors with the new Cash Center Deluxe. A marriage of outstanding design and supreme


functionality, the high-security cabinet features an impressive 24” touchscreen and illuminated side panels ensuring that it stands out and complements any gaming location. GeWeTe’s in-house development team has addressed every detail allowing for a customised front panel in order to enhance the design and make it unique to the operator. Boasting a capacity of 2,700 banknotes and up to six coin hoppers, the Cash Center Deluxe has a range of multi- functional features enabling it to accept banknotes and coins as well as paying out banknotes and coins. Connection to the majority of casino management systems allows the validation of TITO tickets or electronic purse systems, including QR and Barcode systems for AGC’s, Casinos and Sports Betting applications. The additional benefi t of bank


card acceptance allows players to purchase TITO tickets using a Debit Card. As with all PC based models the Cash Centre Deluxe has the ability to be used as a ‘Staff Cash Desk’ which enables staff to withdraw and deposit both notes and coins via a dedicated card and PIN, in the process offering enhanced levels of security to both site and staff. Mark Edmundson, Sales Manager for UK and Ireland,


explained “The industry is placing more emphasis on aesthetics and not just functionality which in many ways is a given. At ACOS in October many of our stand visitors highlighted the contemporary design of our range. I think what we are seeing is a need for functional products to also look the part in order to complement what’s taking place with the improved interiors of venues. Operators are making signifi cant investments to deliver a contemporary consumer experience which means that all products need to complement and not detract from the environment in which they are sited.”


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