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Process Analysis: Casino Money-Handling Process

Please see attached case study "Analyzing Casino Money-Handling Process" and answer the following questions.

1) Draw a diagram of the drop process. How long should it take to empty 300 silver dollar slot machines?

2) Draw a diagram of the hard count process. How long should this process take to complete for 300 silver dollar slot machines? Assume that each slot machine has an average of 750 silver dollars when it is emptied.

3) The casino is considering the purchase of a second coin-wrapping machine. What impact would this have on the hard count process? Is this the most desireable machine to purchase?

4) What would be the impact of purchasing "electronic" slot machines that do not use coins?

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1 Draw a diagram of the drop process. How long should it take to empty 300 silver dollar slot machines?
Diagram of drop process:
Obtain keys pull bucket from machine tag the bucket with number of slot machine fill the cart deliver to hard count room bucket are locked in the hard count room.
Drop Process = 57.65 hrs
CALCULATIONS USED
300 Slot Machines
15 min to get the keys
10 min each to retrieve buckets
Total time to retrieving buckets for all machines = (300 slot machines) x (10 min each) = 3000 min
Total buckets = 300
20 buckets on each cart
30 min per cart to deliver and secure each cart
Total carts = (300 buckets) / (20 buckets on each cart) = 15 carts
Time to deliver and secure the carts = (30 min/cart) x (15 carts) = 450 min
Drop process = (15 min) + (3000 min) + (450 min)
= 3465 min = 57.65 hrs

2 Draw a diagram of the hard count process. How long should this process take to complete for 300 silver dollar slot machines? Assume that each slot machine has an average of 750 ...

Solution Summary

A process analysis for Casino Money-Handling processing.

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