JCM has upgraded its FUZION platform through a recent eConnect collaboration to enable facial recognition technology.
JCM has collaborated with eConnect to further enhance its FUZION solution’s casino security, monitoring and audit capabilities through real-time alerts for anti-money laundering and suspicious activity reporting.
JCM will show how FUZION is now integrated with the facial recognition platform of eConnect at its booth 4039 at G2E to provide more transparency in suspicious money and TITO transactions across the casino floor.
The peripheral management system of JCM FUZION collects photos and maintains transaction records of each card, front and back note and TITO. FUZION and eConnect interact in real-time via iVIZION CIS imagery, casino surveillance and facial recognition to track and match each payment to the individual user.
David Kubajak, SVP of sales, marketing and operations at JCM Global said: “FUZION is a game-changing technology that continues to deliver unique innovations benefiting JCM’s casino partners. This latest integration with eConnect further demonstrates that FUZION provides casinos with a level of technology and security enhancement that no one else can offer.
“The FUZION secure public API’s allow authorized third-party systems, like eConnect, to access unique, real-time transaction data that only FUZION can provide.”
eConnect can associate a patron with each transaction by facial recognition, whether the patron is carded or uncarded. The end result of this partnership means casino operation have increased levels of security, patron identification, and AML / SAR capabilities.
“FUZION’s unique capabilities integrated to eConnect’s best in class facial recognition solution has completely changed the way casino operators can identify, review and reduce money laundering,” added Jason Cribbs, VP of Sales for eConnect. “Suspicious activities are easily discovered by connecting the patron’s face with the alerts from FUZION and ticket redemptions at TRU’s on the casino floor or at the cage.”