Cash handling advanced

Cash handling solutions supplier has brought even more advanced technology into Australia

Cash handling advanced
An example of the Scan Coin CDS830 Cash Deposit Solution

An Australian supplier has recently unveiled their latest pick in cash management solution for the transport sector.

A first demo of SprintQuip’s Scan Coin’s CDS9 Cash Deposit Machine was on display at the 2015 Maintenance Conference and Bus Expo, held in the Melbourne Exhibition Centre on July 8 and 9.

Designed to automate and optimise drivers’ cash deposits at the end of their shifts, the CDS9 counts, validates and stores both coins and notes, using cash validating sensors.

The user interface and data technology have been crafted to provide trouble-free operations with maximum uptime and the absolute highest level of reliability, and it also offers remote monitoring and advanced reporting.

 "I am confident that the Scan Coin CDS9’s robust features and innovative technology will prove to be a winning solution for cash automation in transport," says national sales manager for transport Adam Wright.

 "As an advancement of the already successful CDS830, the CDS9 will deliver even better ROI whilst providing improved performance and uptime.

"I am excited to introduce such a reliable solution to the Australian market."

The CDS9’s predecessor, the CDS 830, is currently live within the facilities of some of Australia’s major transport providers including Transdev Melbourne and Brisbane City Council.

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