Agilysys Software Taps Healthcare Market

Agilysys, a leading provider of innovative information technology and hospitality software, services and solutions, continues to expand its footprint in the U.S. healthcare market. Hospitals and other healthcare providers in almost every state, ranging in size from large multi-facility systems to single freestanding hospitals, use Agilysys solutions for point-of-sale, inventory and procurement, document management and self-service to enhance productivity and profitability. InfoGenesis POS is an award-winning point-of-sale solution that combines powerful reporting and configuration capabilities in the back office with a fast, intuitive and easy-to-use terminal application. The flexible system is easy to set up, and its scalable architecture enables customers to add workstations without having to build out expensive infrastructure. It also integrates easily with other applications. The software’s detailed and high-quality reporting capabilities give insight into sales data and purchasing trends. InfoGenesis POS is available as an on-premise solution or through a subscription service.

eCash Experts Intro New Credit Card Machine Thermal Paper

eCash Experts electronic payment provider announced its eC Thermal Paper product which provides businesses a way to build brand recognition by including custom advertising on the back of their credit card paper. T o produce complete lines of thermal paper rolls, conventional single ply, and carbon-less multi-ply paper rolls which provide a clear and legible transaction record every time with their custom message or offer on the back, the eC Thermal Paper is compatible with common transaction printers and all major OEM machines.Their program also allows for Merchant Service Providers to resell co-branded thermal paper solutions to their existing customers.

SteelSeries & PayNearMe Launch eCash Payment

SteelSeries gaming peripherals and accessories has is now offering the PayNearMe payment option to its customers, a service that makes it easier for consumers to make cash payments remotely. Gamers who prefer to use cash will now be able to make product purchases on SteelSeries’ Web Shop and pay at any of over 6,000 convenient 7-Eleven retail locations across the US. PayNearMe provides SteelSeries customers a method of payment that is simpler to use and often far less expensive than current payment alternatives such as pre-paid debit cards, walk-up bill pay or money orders sent by mail. Users place their product order online, choose PayNearMe as their payment option, include their zip code and then choose the closest participating 7-Eleven location. After making their payment, SteelSeries is notified in real-time, and ships the order.

DAHABSHIIL ECASH

Dahabshiil international money transfer has debuted its “Dahabshiil
eCash” debit card service in Somalia to ease making and receiving
payments. “Dahabshiil eCash” is designed to allow users to pay for goods
and services at any official Dahabshiil merchant with a POSand is
available to those with a Dahabshiil account and debit card. These
merchants include shops, restaurants, hotels and petrol stations located
throughout the country and there are plans in the works to expand its
eCash service to utility providers and educational institutions to allow
students to pay for tuition fees. Although the debit card requires both
PIN and signature authorization like that of a traditional debit card
offering, transactions are made over the internet connection, which
means that the money is transferred from the card holder’s account to
the merchant’s account immediately.

Cash Systems Revenues Up; Loss Widens

Las Vegas-based Cash Systems reported first quarter revenue of $27.1 million, an 8% increase over the year-ago quarter. The net loss was $4.6 million for 1Q/08, compared to a net loss of $1.4 million in the first quarter of 2007. The Company previously announced that its Board of Directors decided to explore strategic alternatives to maximize shareholder value, which is ongoing. During the quarter Cash Systems signed a multi-year contract extension with Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma for its Choctaw Casinos; signed a Letter of Intent to provide its “powercash” product to American Gaming Group’s first casino project; and signed a new multi-year contract to provide its full line of cash access services including “all-in-1atm” services, “casinopc” for cash advance services, and “ecash checking” at Gold River Casino and The Wildwood Casino. For complete details on Cash Systems’ latest performance visit CardData ([www.carddata.com][1]).

[1]: http://www.carddata.com

Cash Systems’ 4Q/07 Revenues Inch Up by 4%

Las Vegas-based Cash Systems reported revenue for the fourth quarter of $26.1 million, an increase of 4% year-on-year. However, the net loss was $5.6 million, compared to $5.2 million in the fourth quarter of 2006. During the quarter the Company obtained approval of the Company’s “powercash” operating system by Gaming Laboratories International; introduced “powercash” at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino; signeda LOI to provide the “powercash” product to The Wildwood Casino; secured an agreement to provide its full line of cash access services including “all-in-1atm” services, “casinopc” for cash advance services, and “ecash checking” to The Wildwood Casino; inked a new multi-year contract with Gold River Casino where Cash Systems will provide its full line of cash access services; and extended its multi-year contract with Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma for its Choctaw Casinos. For complete details on Cash Systems’ latest results visit CardData ([www.carddata.com][1]).

[1]: http://www.carddata.com

Cash Systems Inks Two Major Casinos

Cash Systems, Inc. has announced a multi-year contract renewal with the Treasure Island Resort & Casino a wholly owned entity of the Prairie Island Indian Community and a multi-year renewal contract with San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino for expanded services. Cash Systems will continue to provide it’s cash access services including all-in-1atm services and casinopc for cash advance services.

Cash Systems’ Q2 Revenues Climb 10%

Las Vegas-based Cash Systems reported revenue for the second quarter of $26.6 million, an increase of 10%, compared to 2Q/06. However, the net loss for the quarter grew from $800,000 to nearly $2 million compared to the year-ago quarter. During the quarter Cash Systems signed its first multi-year contract for “powercash” with the Fantasy Springs Resort Casino and inked a deal a multi-year contract with the Marnell Sher Gaming Group to provide casinopc and eCash checking to its recently acquired Colorado Belle, Edgewater and Saddle West Casinos. The Company said it now expects revenue of $105 million to $110 million in fiscal 2007. For complete detail on Cash Systems’ latest performance visit CardData ([www.carddata.com][1]).

CKNN HISTORICAL
2Q/06: $24.1 million
3Q/06: $26.0 million
4Q/06: $25.4 million
1Q/07: $25.5 million
2Q/07: $26.6 million
Source: CardData (www.carddata.com)

[1]: http://www.carddata.com

Cash Systems Signs casinopc Clients

Las Vegas-based Cash Systems has entered into a new multi-year contract with the Marnell Sher Gaming Group for it’s recently acquired Colorado Belle, Edgewater and Saddle West Casinos. Cash Systems will provide “casinopc” for cash advance services and ecash checking for check guarantee services. “casinopc” offers a full range of services for processing and completing transactions at the casino cage, all residing on one system. By having all the functionality on one system, the casino cage experiences transactions at a much faster pace, saving time and increasing customer satisfaction. “ecash” checking is the quickest and most efficient check cashing and guarantee product in the industry. Casino cage personnel experience faster check cashing times with higher limits for casino patrons. The Colorado Belle and Edgewater Casinos operate in over 136,000 square feet of gaming space with over 2200 gaming devices and sports book as well as over 80 tables offering a variety of games.

Cash Systems’ 4Q/06 Revenue Soars by 55%

NV-based Cash Systems reported that fourth quarter revenue soared 55% to $25.4 million. Net loss for the quarter was $7.1 million, compared to net loss of $2.3 million in 4Q/05. During the quarter, Cash Systems signed a multi-year contract renewal to provide ATM, check cashing and cash advance services at all seven of the gaming facilities owned by the Seminole Tribe of Florida; signed a new vault cash agreement with Fidelity Bank; and expanded a contract renewal with the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians of Southern California to include a complete line of cash access services including all-in-1 and check cashing as well as the first ever “cashclub” installation. Cash Systems also debut its “powercash” and “eCashsystem with eCash.” The Company currently expects revenue to increase approximately 20% to between $115 million to $120 million in 2007. For complete details on Cash System’s fourth quarter performance visit CardData ([www.carddata.com][1]).

[1]: http://www.carddata.com