|SecureDrop(tm) Slot Accounting Systems Installed in South
LAS VEGAS, Nevada, Monday,
CVI Technology Inc., announced today the installment of its SecureDrop(tm) Slot Accounting Systems in the Magic City and New York New York, casinos operated by the Admiral Group, and the Marriott Casino in Lima, Peru. SecureDrop(tm) Slot Accounting Systems help gaming operators improve their accounting accuracy, reduce labor and reduce losses due to theft by electronically tracking all slot drop buckets, electronically measuring slot revenues and bringing a portable count room to the slot floor.
The contract for the two Admiral Group casinos includes an order for 500 units that will utilize the SecureDrop(tm) 3000 series and a SecureDrop(tm) Mobile Count System. The contract for the Marriott Casino includes an order for 128 units that will utilize the SecureDrop(tm) 3000 series and a SecureDrop(tm) Mobile Count System. "SecureDrop(tm) is, without a doubt, going to be the standard for handling slot drops throughout the world," stated Steve Blad President and CEO of CVI Technology.
SecureDrop(tm) Slot Accounting Systems feature an
"intelligent bucket" which utilizes an iButton(tm) memory chip to identify
the slot machine each collection bucket is placed under, and record the
times the bucket is replaced and removed from the machine. In addition
to electronically weighing and calculating coin revenue, the system also
eliminates the need
SecureDrop(tm) Slot Accounting Systems enable gaming operators to choose from multiple platforms, depending upon their individual needs. Products range from a simple slot drop bucket inventory system to more advanced systems that will gather information from multiple slot meters and run appropriate accounting reports.
U.S. installations completed to date include Casino Magic, Biloxi,
Current international installations include:
Admiral Group's Magic City and
Current U.S. agreements to install SecureDrop(tm)
Slot Accounting System
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