JCM has upgraded its ICB Intelligent Cash Box system on nearly 7,600 gaming devices at 12 Cherokee Nation casino properties. Including this installation, the ICB system is simplifying the drop process on more than 30% of all gaming devices in North America.
The upgrade is part of JCM’s technology roadmap for Cherokee Nation, whose properties are protected by JCM’s iVIZION and UBA bill validators.
Dave Kubajak, JCM SVP of sales, marketing & operations, said: “We have enjoyed a long-term relationship with the Cherokee Nation, and we are honoured with the trust they continue to place in JCM Global.”
“As we listen to our partners, we help them create a technology roadmap that will chart a course for success today and into the future, and this upgrade to our ICB 3.0 system is a key part of that strategic plan.”
Each of the Nation’s 12 gaming properties now has the full power of ICB 3.0, including web reports, which provides complete information on bill acceptance rates, acceptor versions, duplicate assets, error history and revenue – in summary or detail. ICB 3.0 web reports are available from any device with a web browser and access to the property network.
JCM installed ICB 3.0 at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa, Cherokee Smoke Shop (Catoosa), Cherokee Casino South Coffeyville, Cherokee Casino Fort Gibson, Cherokee Casino Grove, Cherokee Casino Ramona, Cherokee Casino & Hotel Roland, Cherokee Travel Plaza & Gaming Parlor, Cherokee Casino Sallisaw, Cherokee Casino & Hotel West Siloam Springs, Cherokee Smoke Shop (West Siloam Springs), Cherokee Casino Tahlequah, and Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs.
ICB is proven to decrease time spent on the drop process by up to 60% while also increasing the accuracy of the count process. It streamlines operations, reduces variances, and boosts compliance.