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CASH HANDLING SHOWCASE


PASSPORT TECHNOLOGY P


Rising to the occasion


assport Technology Inc. operates at the forefront of fi nancial technology platforms, leading the international market for both highly-regulated payment systems


and gaming amenities with innovative technology-based products. Since the company’s establishment in 2016, Passport has pursued its goal of providing patrons with the highest level of data security and personalized solutions for an ideal user experience in the United Kingdom, Europe, and Canada. Passport’s commitment to security has driven the implementation of a myriad of anti-fraud measures to safeguard patron data and fulfi l Payment Card Industry Standards to the fullest extent. A collection of cutting-edge products and


services, including unattended payment kiosks, cash access systems, server and web-based analytic technology, and interactive content and services catapulted Passport Technology Inc. to recognition within the international gaming industry. Namely, Passport was awarded the 2018 Payment Service or Solution Provider Award by Gambling Compliance Global Regulatory Awards. The company was once again awarded the accolade for a second consecutive year in 2019, and continues to perform at an excellent level of service as it commences with further international expansion. Passport Technology Inc. spearheaded


multiple cashless payment portals – including CashValet, CashlessValet, POSpod, and ACMowl – with the intent of supporting casino operators to distribute money directly to the casino fl oor, thus heightening gaming revenue. In the international gaming industry, Passport is an exclusive provider of precautionary responsible gaming solutions, made evident by cutting-edge facets of its platforms – such as self-exclusion, VIP alerts, dynamic pricing, free-play, and real-time back-end reporting tools. Passport operates all of the aforementioned services while complying with the high standards and expectations of international regulatory bodies. Amidst the unprecedented circumstances


that stem from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Passport Technology Inc. is devoted to its mission of promoting socially responsible behaviours. The company’s various self-service platforms have gained a new valuable role in


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enabling casinos to operate under proper social-distancing guidelines. Passport’s CashValet allows patrons to safely interact with the quick cash access system while avoiding person-to-person contact. Passport’s convenient and contactless user interfaces serve the needs of high-traffi c casinos by eliminating the physical interaction between casino operators and patrons. Passport Technology Inc. stands by its unwavering dedication towards client satisfaction and will continue to evolve to address the needs of casinos and their patrons.


This year has brought about unique challenges to the industry that have called for further innovations and preparedness from payment system providers. Casinos and patrons alike can rely on Passport Technology Inc. to rise to the occasion and deliver innovative solutions in a united effort to strengthen the gaming experience. Passport is optimistic about what the near future holds for the gaming industry and fi rmly stands by in its belief that nothing should come in the way of patron satisfaction.


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