Sacoa's EZ System's Moving & Grooving

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October 01, 2015

Sacoa Debit Card Systems says its all-in-one EZ System is gaining popularity with smaller and unattended locations, installing it most recently Plainfield Lanes in Illinois and Pinocchio's Pizza in Louisiana.

Plainfield Lanes' location includes 33 playing positions, a redemption center, a manned POS station and a card dispensing/recharging kiosk with credit card capability. The Pinocchio's Pizza installation was more extensive and included 50 Sacoa Colorshot HDT readers, a redemption center, a manned POS station and a card dispensing/recharging kiosk, plus an online booking module that can be used to schedule and organize laser tag matches.

Plainfield Lanes
Plainfield Lanes
Originally launched in 2006, the EZ System offers what the company describes as an easy way for operators to install a cashless system. All the necessary equipment comes ready to use in the kiosk itself. It's meant to transform token or cash-based game rooms into wireless and ticketless game rooms, and can be integrated with Baytek's Prize Hub or Benchmark's Ticket-to-Prizes system for prize dispensing as well. When paired with the small, colorful Sacoa Colorshot HDT card readers, it can service anywhere between six and sixty games in a 164' radius of the system. Pinocchio's
Pinocchio's Pizza

"The EZ solution fits perfectly well in bowling centers, trampoline parks, laser tag arenas, movie theaters and any entertainment center," said Sebastian Mochkovsky, Director of Sacoa.

For operators interested in checking out the EZ System, Sacoa will have a booth at this year's IAPPA show (booth number 1806)

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