ITL and InnoPrint to show ‘boundless potential’ at ACOS
Innovative Technology and its subsidiary InnoPrint will be participating in the Autumn Coin-Op Show for the third year in a row, and is set to showcase their entire product range to their industry peers. The Autumn Coin-op Show again takes place at Stamford Bridge stadium, home of Chelsea Football Club from 12-13 October.
ITL and InnoPrint will use the opportunity to demonstrate the boundless potential of their ticketing solutions over the two days of the exhibition at stand 20. The SMART Ticket and NV12+ combination banknote validators and ticket printer that serve contrasting ends of the market. The SMART Ticket is designed to handle large volumes of notes, and its unique note in/ticket out maximises cash efficiency for the operator. The NV12+ caters towards customers that have smaller space considerations within their machines due to its compact size.
InnoPrint Development Director, Chris Robinson said “We have been vocal exponents of TITO technology for a number of years, and our cutting-edge products reflect our status in the industry. In addition to presenting our ticketing solutions at a number of exhibitions and tradeshows around the world, we have been hosting our very own ‘TITO exhibition days’ at our UK headquarters. These open days have been instrumental in educating operators about the potential benefits of implementing ticketing systems, and we received a fantastic response from everyone involved. We hope to continue the positive attitude towards TITO with our showing at ACOS this year, which has already established itself as one of the best events to informally chat with industry peers, despite its relatively short existence.”
In addition to the company’s validator products, ITL will be demonstrating their standalone printing solutions – the compact CR-158, and the larger FBF-166 flatbed printer. Chris commented on these two products “Just like our combined validator/printer products, the separate printers can cater towards specific operator needs. The CR-158 is suited to those will less space available in their machines, whereas the FBF-166 would be well-matched to operators who need to dispense large amounts of tickets during a single day.”