Simple cash counting

01 February, 2017
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Cashmaster is launching Cashmaster Connect, a new management information application for use with its newest count-by-weight cash-counting scales range Cashmaster One.

The new application gives retailers a simple way to record cash-count data from tills accurately and efficiently in a matter of seconds. Cashmaster Connect allows users to automatically output till counts in Excel format. This means retailers can automatically capture important cash data, making financial reporting easier and more accurate.

The application, which is being offered on a free six-month subscription to the first 500 subscribers, allows users to connect their Cashmaster One cash counter to their Windows PC, laptop or tablet.

As part of the company's wider strategy for providing a complete cash-management solution for its customers in small and large enterprise organisations, Cashmaster is working in close partnership with providers of software and hardware product solutions which target retail and other sectors.

Amanda Treend, group product and marketing director at Cashmaster, commented: "We receive daily feedback from our customers on how our Cashmaster count-by-weight devices have an immediate impact on their cash management with real improvements in efficiency, accuracy and cost savings. Managing your cash successfully tends not to be a single product fix. Cashmaster technology is designed to integrate seamlessly with a variety of cash-management hardware.

"We're delighted that our Cashmaster Connect application and the strategic partnerships we are developing will significantly expand our cash-management solutions offer to retailers of all sizes, whether they are sole traders or large enterprises."

01383 416098

www.cashmaster.com/connect





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