Buying operational equipment for the gaming floor is a serious task, and just like gaming machines the purchase of CRTs requires significant evaluation. Equipment that is required to last 4-5 years on the gaming floor needs to be considered on many different levels including:
- initial purchase, installation and operating costs,
- technical service availability,
- length of product use,
- reconciliation and cash handling experience
- improved staff efficiencies, and
- ease of use for customers.
Christchurch Casino was looking to upgrade their operational pay-out solutions for their gaming floor to improve customer service, maintain high security, and bring efficiencies to their business focusing on cash volume visibility and reconciliation processes. Armed with this list of requirements, the Casino purchased eight CRTs from Next Payments.
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