Contactless cash joseph cachia

A middle-ground solution to using cash safely is contactless cash payments, a cash handling product within the vast portfolio of Joseph Cachia & Son Ltd (JCS) which could prove to be a valuable tool for companies to be more secure, efficient, and free from human error in their handling of cash, mitigating risks while also keeping operating costs low.

To this end, Joseph Cachia & Son Ltd works with international market leader Glory Global Solutions (GGS) to provide this service, a company wholly dedicated to freeing clients from the burden of manual cash processing, allowing them to focus on delivering the best experience to their customers.

The contactless cash payment solution from GGS is innovative and ahead of any other competitor. JCS‘ strategy is to push this contactless cash payment solution further across many sectors so that everyone can see and experience its benefits.

The solution is called CashInfinityTM, a note and coin recycling machine that can handle cash in an accurate, efficient, and safe manner. Front-office solutions within the product range can be deployed to help staff and customers keep their distance at the point of payment, transforming cash into a contactless payment method, whilst also offering a back-office machine to manage cash and reduce time in coin/note counting and sorting.

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There are various sectors and businesses that can make use of and benefit from contactless cash payment solutions. From retail stores, super/minimarkets, hotels and restaurants to pharmacies and cash exchange bureau, this solution is practically suitable for any business concern that accepts cash as a type of payment.

Kindly contact Joseph Cachia & Son Ltd on here or call on 25529000 for more information.

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