2007/04/17 – St. Louis, MO – It was with great pride that ITC Systems President and CEO Cam Richardson unveiled the newest line of coin-operated controllers at the ITEX 07 Conference in Las Vegas. ITC Systems has drawn upon nearly two decades of experience in the field of transaction technology to create two of the finest coin-ops available today.

To meet the specific needs of customers, ITC Systems has developed two versions of their latest coin-op: the 5300 and 5400 series. The 5300 series is an entry-level coin-op ideally suited to single application uses such as copy or fax. With extremely competitive pricing, the 5300 series is destined to be a huge hit for customers whose needs are not in line with the more expensive, multifunctional coin-ops on the market.

The 5400 series features the bells and whistles you would expect from the leader in transaction controls. Each 5400 series comes equipped with RS-232 and USB ports, copier specific cable and is capable of simultaneously controlling print, copy and fax applications. The circuit board on each model is cleverly mounted to the top of the unit, drastically reducing potential points of failure and resulting in a significantly more durable and reliable product.

Both models of the coin-op are capable of handling any combination of coin, bill and the 5400 offers card payment. The strong steel cabinet has been reengineered to produce a compact new design that reduces weight and space for easy shipping and handling.

ITC Systems has been in the industry since 1989 and is the market leader in all of the products they produce for unattended Point of Sale. Applications for these payment devices include; copiers, printers, fax, vending machines, laundry, parking, food service, slot machines and anywhere a self serve charge for use is required.

ITC Systems, www.itcsystems.com is an international company specializing in cashless Integrated Transaction Control Systems. The firm designs, develops and implements state-of-the-art cash card management systems on university campuses and in public libraries, government departments, food service environments and other closed institutional settings.  With offices in Toronto and St. Louis, and an extensive network of distributors, dealers, agents and service contractors, the organization offers the most flexible and comprehensive online and offline card systems on the market today.