Everi Holdings has filed a patent for a system and method that consolidates data from various casino systems to a central system. The system automatically performs due diligence on patron profiles using internal and external data, identifies unusual patron profiles and transactions, and generates, submits, and tracks AML reports. The patent claim describes a system for generating casino patron activity monetary value transaction reports, including associating patron identification information with a monetary value transaction report and updating the report based on changes to transaction information. GlobalData’s report on Everi Holdings gives a 360-degree view of the company including its patenting strategy. Buy the report here.

According to GlobalData’s company profile on Everi Holdings, cashless payment settlement was a key innovation area identified from patents. Everi Holdings's grant share as of June 2023 was 1%. Grant share is based on the ratio of number of grants to total number of patents.

The patent filed is for a system for generating casino patron activity monetary value transaction reports

Source: United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Credit: Everi Holdings Inc.

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A recently filed patent (Publication Number: US20230186721A1) describes a system for generating casino patron activity monetary value transaction reports. The system includes a centralized casino patron activity server that is connected to a casino system and a database. The server is equipped with a processor, memory, and communication interface, and contains machine-readable code that enables it to perform various functions.

The system is designed to associate patron identification information with a monetary value transaction report and store information regarding the monetary value transactions of the patron. This information can include details such as the monetary amount and transaction type. The system can store multiple versions of the transaction report and update it based on changes to the transaction information.

In addition to storing and updating the transaction report, the system can also identify errors in the report. It generates an output that displays information about the identified errors in a user-readable format. The system can also generate a second version of the report in XML format, which can be displayed alongside the user-readable format for easy comparison.

The system is capable of generating different types of monetary value transaction reports, such as suspicious activity reports and currency transaction reports. It allows for editing of the transaction information and patron identification information, and keeps a log of changes made to the report.

Overall, this patent describes a system that streamlines the process of generating casino patron activity monetary value transaction reports. It provides a centralized server that can associate and store information related to monetary transactions, identify errors, and generate different versions of the report for editing and comparison purposes. This system has the potential to improve efficiency and accuracy in generating these reports for casinos.

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