NV12+ steals show for ITL at EAG 2016

Innovative Technology Ltd. (ITL) has returned from a successful showing at EAG 2016, one of the UK’s largest amusement and leisure shows. The show took place last week at Excel London and attracted visitors from across Europe. ITL set up in a different location within the event space and unveiled a brand new stand design.

ITL, together with its subsidiary company, InnoPrint Ltd. (IPL), were at the show to promote the brand new NV12+, a collaborative project between the two companies. The NV12+ is a revolutionary ticketing system that combines ITL’s popular NV9 USB+ banknote validator and a high end printer unit. The unit offers unrivalled versatility due to its wide selection of bezel and cashbox options that are suitable for a variety of applications. Furthermore, the compact size of the system allows operators to implement a TITO solution in a restricted space.

InnoPrint Development Director, Chris Robinson “We received a high level of interest in the NV12+ as well as our other ticketing products. There were constant numbers of people wanting a closer look at how the NV12+ can fit into their existing machines. Prior to the beginning of the show, we were expecting TITO to be a popular topic of discussion among visitors but we I was pleasantly surprised by how many people had considering TITO and are now actively pursuing ticketing systems. We featured two demonstrations on the stand showing how easy it is to install our ticketing products into both digital and analogue machines to enable TITO and comply with legal regulations. The NV12+ generated the most interest amongst operators as well as our SMART Ticket and FBF-166 solutions.”

In addition to the launch of the NV12+, ITL showcased their entire ticketing product range that included the market leading NV200 banknote validator, the SMART Coin System and the SMART Payout.

Andy Bullock, Business Development Manager said “We feel that it is important to maintain a strong presence at UK trade shows and show support to the rest of the British gaming and amusement industry, therefore EAG is a significant event in our calendar. This is a very busy time for us because as soon as we have finished wrapping up at EAG, we will begin preparations for our stand at ICE 2016. EAG is always an enjoyable experience for us as an exhibitor due to the relaxed atmosphere that it manages to sustain year after year, meaning that it is very easy to build relationships with other people at the show. We fielded questions from visitors regarding various matters, including the potential impact of the new £5 polymer banknote on the industry. This has been our most successful EAG ever and in fact, we more than doubled our number of leads at this year’s show.”

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