Cummins Allison intros new coin-counting kiosk

 
Jan. 24, 2013

Cummins Allison this week introduced the Money Machine Self-Service Coin Counter for the Canadian market, according to a company announcement. The Money Machine is a service delivery tool for coin processing that could be placed in a retail or a banking environment.

A 15-inch touchscreen guides customers through the coin-counting process, with custom graphics, images and multilingual text giving flexibility to promote products and services, as well as cater to a diverse audience, the company's announcement said.

Cummins Allison high-speed self-service coin machines are able to count mixed Canadian coins at a rate of up to 4,000 per minute. After coins are deposited, the Cummins Allison coin redemption machine issues a receipt for the total, which can then be exchanged at the branch for cash or deposited into a bank account.

"Customizable options provide flexibility to suit your operational and promotional needs," said James Stearns, executive vice president of Cummins Allison. "Selecting the Money Machine for your coin-counting needs ensures your customers receive a level of service excellence above reproach. This really opens up possibilities in banking and retail markets."

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Topics: Banks / Financial , Retail


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