Quantum handheld is an app and device combination that allows Quantum users to carry out Quantum tasks whilst mobile within their businesses. The Handheld will help to streamline your operations by: Verifying TITO Tickets, redeem player points, Collecting manual meter readings and much more. It gives you the power to sync data from your coin counter to the central Quantum system. Creating a cost effective and efficient way to manage your machines income. The Handheld comes fully configured and is easily connectable to your sites WIFI.
Quantum Handheld offers the lowest cost of ownership whilst speeding up collections, removing the requirement of EDC units on certain machines and giving staff the ability to carry out manual payments on the shop floor.
Looking to roll out TITO across your estate to streamline your operation, drive better efficiency, increase machine uptime whilst also increasing profits? Now it’s even easier with the release of Quantum TITO. All Quantum customers will receive Quantum TITO as part of a Free of Charge update of their Quantum system to V6, so no need for a 3rd party system. For new customers, Quantum TITO provides the most cost-effective way to deploy TITO to your estate.
Here at Playsafe Systems, we have years of experience installing TITO systems across the UK. We provide a full turnkey solution, from Network installation through to Gaming Machine Conversion and System Installation. We can also convert and connect to 3rd Party Systems, such as SGG Video Bet & Inspired Storm, creating a single ticket environment and providing your customers with an enhanced playing experience.
Connect a fully Quantum integrated Thomas PayStation that allows your customers to redeem their TITO tickets and you have a highly efficient and secure management of your cash and machine payouts.
With our current COVID19 climate keeping cash transactions to a minimum seems the sensible choice, for more information on Quantum TITO visit our website.
Following recent articles in the press, questions surrounding the future of cash have never been so pertinent. The use of debit cards overtook cash in 2018, indicating that the decline of cash began long before lockdown. However, with the new health and safety measures now in place, the decline has been accelerated. Attempts to minimize the spread of Covid-19 means the limit on contactless payments has been pushed to £45. As the UK begins to unlock, consumers are encouraged to use Chip and Pin and contactless wherever possible to help prevent a second peak.
In comparison to the ease of processing electronic payments, the process of handling, storing, and depositing physical cash can have many hidden costs for businesses as well as a drain on time and resources. By switching to contactless these costs can be minimized or possibly eliminated. A cashless society has also been linked to a lower crime rate. This refers to physical theft of tangible money as well as money laundering and tax evasion. Going cashless also facilitates the easier exchange of currencies, easing the struggle of exchange rates.
Although this cashless society may seem ideal, there are disadvantages. Having money purely online often leads to increased data security breaches as more personal data is online. There is also a lack of standardization with online banking that often results in delays in payments. Those without a bank account will find it harder to make payments. This especially affects the older generation who are not so digitally adept. Some people may also find it harder to keep track of spending without the use of tangible cash.
Here at Playsafe we have many years experience in the handling of both cash and electronic payments. We have also developed a number of solutions to enable our customers to efficiently and cost effectively handle both cash and electronic payments, these solutions include our range of Thomas PayStation’s which will accept and dispense both banknotes and coins, as well as accepting electronic payments via card or mobile phones. Also, our Payter contactless solution is ideal for those customers requiring a contactless retrofit solution for existing equipment. Both solutions have help streamline customers operations and increase income.
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According to Which and reported by the BBC news today. Nearly 1,700 machines started charging for withdrawals in the first three months of the year, with the majority starting to charge in March, according to the consumer lobby group. Click here to read more.
Nearly 1,700 machines started charging for withdrawals in the first three months of the year, with the majority starting to charge in March, according to the consumer lobby group.
Cardtronics, which runs most of those, and fellow provider NoteMachine are both likely to charge at more machines.
That could mean the country losing 13% of its free ATMs in only a few months.
What does this mean for you and your customers? Increasingly, cash is going to become harder to access due to fewer cash machines and more expensive to obtain.
Customers will expect greater choice of payment options such as contactless, chip and pin, PayStation’s and TITO within gaming centres. Cash use has halved in the past 10 years and in 2017, debit cards overtook notes and coins as the UK’s most popular payment method.
Playsafe offer all these payment options, click on the links below to find out more:
Paystations – TITO – Contactless
Contact our sales team email@example.com or call 01225 311323 to take the next step.
Ten years from now, a pasty-faced young man in a decrepit St Petersburg office block hits the enter key on his laptop and disables the entire Swedish economy. Card machines spew out streams of meaningless symbols. Nannies, taxi drivers and civil servants go unpaid. The smartphone apps everyone relies on to take the bus to work, buy their morning cappuccino and pay their rent are reduced to so much useless software.
Worst of all, there is no cash for the nation to fall back on. The banks took back most of the notes a couple of years ago. There is the odd wodge of krona stuffed away in someone’s attic, but they are little more than a historical curiosity now.
This lurid nightmare is pretty…
Continue reading on The Times website.
Semnox in association with Eurocoin has successfully implemented its Cashless Business Solution at The Treasure Chest, Newport, UK
This is one of the multiple locations that The Treasure Chest is planning to launch across UK. This location is in Newport, UK in the premises of Energi Trampoline Park. Together with trampoline park, The Treasure Chest offers a great value for money entertainment to its customers, consisting of 60 plus attractive arcade machines, Eurocoin self-service kiosk, Point of Sale and Redemption shop, integrated Ticket Eater solution.
“Choosing the right cashless solution was one of the highly critical aspects for us to open an FEC. It is after multi-rounds meetings, fact-checks and references that we decided to choose Semnox. Its been a great experience with Eurocoin and Semnox. We are very delighted by the way entire solution is implemented here successfully in such a short notice.” say Jason Jeffreys and Karl Fleming, the join-owners of ‘The Treasure Chest’.
“Congratulations to TTC team on the grand and successful launch of their first FEC in UK. Looking forward to long term association with TTC team for a successful expansion in UK market. We are extremely delighted to add TTC into growing list of esteemed clients in UK/Europe market.” Says ‘Vinayaka Kamath, Client Manager.
“Quote from Eurocoin”