Where The Big Money Goes
The Cashflow SCXL gives operators and CIT providers increased options when determining how best to design an efficient cash management program.
The company has developed several products to surround the new release with a portfolio of modularised solutions for a cash management programme.
In addition to a wide range of cash boxes, the company has introduced the Cashflow BNF, a bunch note feeder that allows users to insert a stack of up to thirty notes in the BNF tray instead of feeding notes one by one. This increases efficiency by allowing in-store cash personnel to multi-task, and focus more on the customer.
Also new is the Easitrax Soft Count, an integrated software/hardware solution that utilises RFID technology to place information collected from the note validator into a database that can be networked to multiple locations and accessed to analyse performance. This solution is now integrated in more than 65,000 Cashflow SC units worldwide.
At the core of the company’s offerings is the Cashflow SC. According to MEI, with over one million units already in the field, the company has demonstrated its ability to provide value to operators with the highest acceptance rates, unrivalled security, best jam performance and lowest cost of ownership in the industry.
“Operators are painfully aware of the costs associated with processing cash,” said an MEI spokesman. “MEI’s goal is to continue to raise expectations for automated payment systems, expanding the value derived from Cashflow SC by providing our customers with additional tools to create a comprehensive cash management system.”
Wednesday, March 28, 2012