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JCM Global Brings Big Solutions to IPI, the World's Biggest Parking Conference and Expo

LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwired) -- 05/29/14 -- JCM Global is a world leader in transaction technologies, and now JCM is bringing the world's best transaction solutions to the world's biggest parking conference, the International Parking Institute 2014 Conference & Expo.

The event takes place June 1-4 in Dallas, Texas, and JCM will be in booth 517.

At the IPI 2014 Conference & Expo, JCM will show a key selection of its award-winning product line including the incredible new DBV-500™ bill acceptor, with a robust design and 1,500-note capacity cashbox. Key features of the advanced DBV-500 include:

  • Sleep mode (conserves power)
  • Available in up or down stack configurations
  • New auto-centering mechanism
  • 8-wavelength precision optical sensors
  • 500/1000/1500-note cashbox
  • Dust and water-resistant design
  • Operating temperature -15 to +60 degrees c
  • Metal shutter bezel
  • Low voltage draw

JCM will also show bill validators and printers from its award-winning product line, such as:

  • iPRO-RC™ recycling bill validator, with the most advanced sensing and anti-stringing technology available in its class
  • Vega-RC™, a fully featured and lower cost note recycling solution
  • HSVL Transformer printer, which quickly and easily transforms to fit into unique and challenging configurations

JCM has achieved significant success in the parking industry around the world. Notably, operators rely on JCM solutions in countries across Europe, especially within Germany and southern and eastern Europe. Now JCM is introducing new and proven product platforms into the US parking market as well.

JCM has worked closely with many leading parking terminal manufacturers who have integrated JCM's award-wining iVIZION and iPRO- RC into their systems, resulting in higher performance and greater customer satisfaction.

Operator field data confirms the iPRO-RC empowers parking operators to reduce their operational costs and minimize their down time. Note recycling enables operators to increase uptime and cash efficiencies by recycling deposit notes for float and change functions.

Join JCM at IPI in booth 517 on Twitter @JCMGlobal and see the entire line of JCM's award-winning solutions at www.jcmglobal.com.

About JCM Global
JCM Global is the world's leading transaction technologies supplier for the banking, retail, kiosk and gaming industries. With unsurpassed service and support, JCM Global is trusted by operators, manufacturers and integrators on six continents. Its extensive line of award-winning products set global standards with ground-breaking products like the iVIZION®, Universal Bill Acceptor (UBA®) and Vega-RC™ bill validators, Intelligent Cash Box (ICB®) and PayCheck 4™ thermal printer. For more information, visit JCM Global's 24-hour tradeshow at www.jcmglobal.com.

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