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APG Cash Drawer has formed a new partnership with MSP Systems, which sees MSP offering APG's SMARTtill cash management solution as part of its integrated epos. The partnership aims to provide small retailers with the latest pos technologies to enhance cash-handling efficiency in the convenience sector.

"Cash continues to be a strong form of tender with 79% of customers paying by cash according to the latest survey from the Association of Convenience Stores (ACS)," commented Andrew Carr, managing director, EMEA at APG Cash Drawer.

"Time is a precious commodity for c-store owners with 20% of them working for more than 70 hours per week and 19% not taking a holiday. New technologies like the SMARTtill Solution with automated cash counts could really add to the bottom line."

Greg Dockery, sales director at MSP Systems, commented: "MSP are all about value and quality which makes the SMARTtill Solution an essential part of the MSP sales tool box, enabling us to offer a complete solution to retailers."

APG and MSP have plans for further collaborations to provide retail solutions that offer the convenience store sector the opportunity to futureproof their business.

01273 616300www.cashdrawer.com

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