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G2E REVIEW – CPS CPS: Giving C


ash Processing Solutions (CPS) is proud and excited to kick off its launch into the casino and gaming market at G2E 2019. With more than 60 years of experience in developing


and supplying banknote sorting and counting solutions, we will be showing our new Edge suite of hardware, software and services offerings tailored specifically for the casino market. Our commitment to our launch into this


market is evident in the scale of our presence at G2E, with live demonstrations of four key elements of our integrated cash processing solutions for casinos taking place at our booth.


ECM Edge™


ECM Edge is the cornerstone of our casino solution. This specialist software integrates all areas of your casino that run currency sorting systems, whether they are CPS systems or not, and connects to your casino accounting software. It supports Slot, Table Gaming, Non-Gaming, Sports Book and Kiosks. ECM Edge provides you with a complete cash management solution providing full visibility, control and traceability.


V Edge™


V Edge is the fastest compact sorter available to the casino market today. It has a processing speed of up to 1,200 banknotes per minute, and the functionality of a high-speed system, yet is sized to sit on a desktop. TITO processing, optional strapper pockets and seamless integration into your casino’s accounting systems provide the total casino solution. With versatility at its core, V Edge is configurable and expandable to provide a futureproof long-term investment that will adapt with the needs of your count room. V Edge offers an exceptionally low cost of ownership from a premium machine.


exhibiting at G2E for the


first time! Our booth is set up to demonstrate our full Edge suite of banknote sorting hardware and


“ software solutions, and our


team of experts are on hand to answer your questions. Please visit us at booth 4410 – we’re looking forward to meeting with you!


PRESIDENT OF CASINO AND ENTERTAINMENT DEVELOPMENT


JIM GOODWIN, VICE ” The CPS Edge suite of hardware and software solutions – innovation you can trust. 10 OCTOBER 2019 We are excited to be 7000i Edge™


The 7000i Edge is designed for large casino count rooms. With a throughput of up to 2,000 banknotes per minute, up to 1 million notes and TITOs can be processed over a nine-hour period. An industry leading, high resolution camera system, in-pocket banding and bundling as well as automatic feeding are just some of the features available on the 7000i Edge. With flexibility in mind, the configuration you select today can be expanded or reconfigured as the demands on your count room change.


X Edge™


X Edge is a flexible solution providing high- capacity desktop banknote sorting in return for a low cost of ownership. Suited to smaller count rooms and cage operations, the X Edge processes banknotes and TITOs at 900 notes per minute. A range of configurations are available, allowing you to use the same solution across all your count rooms, at a configuration suited to the needs of each site. Installation is quick and easy and the operator processes are simple.


you the Edge The company’s suite of banknote sorting, counting and software solutions fits neatly into count room requirements – as visitors to G2E will discover


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