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Innovative Technology Americas, Inc. is pleased to welcome Mark Karny, Customer Service Representative to our Wisconsin office.

Mark joins Innovative Technology’s US operations in a pivotal role where he will support customers with enquiries, fulfil orders and manage regional stock. Mark brings with him over 40 years of technical sales experience from the technology industry.

Commenting on his position Mark said, “I’m looking forward to helping grow our operations in the US, providing the best level of customer service, looking after our business operations, warehouse management and shipping for customers across the Americas.”

VP of Sales & Business Development, Rebecca White said, “I’m pleased to welcome Mark to the team. We are committed to growing our presence across the Americas. 2017 is a special year for Innovative Technology as we celebrate our 25th anniversary and we intent to replicate the groups growth and success here in the US with our competitive product range.” 

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Montag, 12 Juni 2017 09:34

NV9 Stackerless

We are pleased to announce a new addition to our popular NV9 note validator range, the NV9 Stackerless.

The NV9 Stackerless has no cashbox so notes can be routed to a more convenient location for security and collection. The unit boasts the same enhanced sensing and high multi-currency acceptance rate as the existing NV9 range and retains the modular design, future proofing the unit with the ability to add note recycling with a note float module or ticket implementation through a ticket printer module.

VP of Sales & Business Development, Enrique Jütten said “People have been asking for a stackerless version of the NV9 for some time. Operators can utilise the stackerless unit to improve collection efficiency across their machine estate, reducing overall costs through less frequent collections. Banknotes are no longer stacked within the validator so can be routed to a more convenient location to ease collection and discourage vandalism.”

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