The Australasian Gaming Expo is a showcase for all the best new products and innovations happening in the gaming and hospitality industry, but it can be a bit overwhelming in its sheer volume. It’s always good to take some time to digest what you saw and understand fully how new products could benefit your business.

One of the impressive new products launched at the Expo and worth a second look was a new software package from Next Payments called Concilio.

Concilio centralises the reconciliation of your gaming turnover, trading accounts, ATMs, CRTs, Cash Recyclers, POS and more in one software package – and you can view it on one screen. It puts essential financial information at your fingertips while also alerting you to things like low cash levels to ensure an efficient gaming floor. You can eliminate the need for multiple spreadsheets and reams of paperwork to access your most critical information.  Next Payments says Concilio provides full transparency and visibility of all transactions anywhere, anytime and will save a venue time and money.

The company also demonstrated its Cash Recycler at the show which is already deployed in over 60 gaming venues. The unit counts notes and coins rapidly and effectively, and through efficiencies Next Payments say that it has been proven to save venues over $5,000 per month in staff labour, eliminating the need for double counting cash and batching and bundling.

Next Payments also showcased their feature-rich Cash Redemption Terminals which even include humanitarian elements like ‘donating small change to charity’ options and custom branding.

If you want to find out more about any of the Next Payment products and find out how they could provide financial savings for your venue call 1300 659 918.



Next Payments also wants to remind customers about their limited time offer that includes a trip to the ICE Totally Gaming Expo in London in 2019.