More insights into scalable cash cycle solutions
The importance of banknote destruction
In the same way that “what goes up must come down,” banknotes that are securely produced must also be securely destroyed. Banknote destruction is a crucial element of the cash cycle, because it ensures that banknotes that are no longer fit for circulation are removed from the cash cycle – for good.
Rwanda Case Study: Optimization through integration
Integration allows vulnerabilities to be transformed into optimization potential. The first fully automated vault-management system in Rwanda proved that a holistic, integrated approach is the most reliable way to maximize operational excellence and security long into the future.
Cash Center of the Future
What direction should the development of the cash center take if it is to survive in a dynamic, digital environment that is constantly changing? It needs to become an intelligent, secure, and efficient hub that informs the entire currency cycle and designs it to be future-ready.
Dividing up the Cash Cycle Cake
An increasing number of central banks are transferring elements of their work to cash-in-transit companies, commercial banks and other commercial players with the objective of making cash management more efficient. But can this happen without losing control over the process?
The Cash Bundle as a Service
Central and commercial banks are increasingly outsourcing cash processing. The example of the Central Bank of Brazil highlights the benefits of the service.
How cash is processed with money counting machines
Cash needs to be produced, monitored and destroyed. Automated systems for money processing come into play here: from small cash counting machines in the retail trade to large machines with a throughput of 44 banknotes per second.
Muckleshoot Casino – relying on the right system
Muckleshoot Casino in the American Northwest shows how investing in a new system for banknote processing can significantly improve all the framework conditions for a soft count team.