JarTrek has many available reports and built in controls
for auditing and oversight of your gaming activity.
This is the game (aka tip jar) history journal screen. This is a tool designed for managers and officers to be able to spot check games. It give a summary of how the game was played, with pay out denominations and quantities, and sales entries summary by date. A more detailed view is available for viewing and/ or printing.
This is the game inquiry function that can be made available at the POS station in certain jurisdictions. In clubs that "pull" the games before they are played through, this is accessible at the POS and can be password protected to prevent unauthorized access.
This is an example of the Paid Out Report and the selection tool. You can see there are many options for taking this, as well as other reports. Most reports have built in filters and selections to customize the output. Whether for summary or detailed information, or for internal or jurisdictional use, etc.
JarTrek has reports that can give you insight into your gaming activity. No other system has this level of reporting built in!
Click on the thumbnails below for a sampling of some of the reports,
specifically designed for small games activity tracking and auditing.
Game Operating Detail Record
This report (also known as the paid out report) gives detail by serial number of game activity by date range.
Game Operating Summary Report
This is especially useful for checking activity against payout limits in Pennsylvania! This report (also known as the paid out report) gives a summary of game activity by date range.
Internal Game Audit Report
This report allows managers and officers to drill down into the detail of game activity. Used for reconciling gaming deposits to the required separate small games bank account
Daily Game Sales
This report can be automatically issued as part of the daily reports. If give an overview of game sales at the Point of Sale.
Bar Book Report
The Bar Book report is meant to be used by customers/ members to check seal winner by serial number. This replaces the hand written book maintained by many bartenders.