COULD YOU IMPROVE YOUR CASH MANAGEMENT PROCESS?

Before the busy Christmas and New Year period hits your venue, take a moment to think about your cash management processes.

Are your staff spending more time in the back office double counting cash as opposed to serving your customers? Do you want your venue to have a completely traceable and transparent reconciliation process? Can the process generally be automated and improved?

Next Payments’ Cash Recycler has solved these problems and more while injecting efficiencies and improving the security in many leading gaming venues throughout Australia. Notably, the unit is Australia’s longest serving gaming specialist Cash Recycler and is tried and tested.

Next Payments say the unit achieves significant efficiencies in automating the counting and reconciliation process for gaming clearances and floats. This typically saves venues between $4,000 – $5,000 per month and will allow you to re-allocate staff time away from double counting cash, to other beneficial areas of your business, such as offering a higher level of customer service.

The Next Payment’s Cash Recycler is a banking grade product, tailored to the Australian gaming market. It has a range of sophisticated features including continuous note and coin feed, individual staff logins to track cash movement, float dispense options, the ability to settle funds into your bank account overnight, a secure UL rated safe and more. The unit also tracks all cash movements, so you can easily reconcile and audit your venue’s cash.

Leading gaming venues such as Parramatta Eels, Greenbank RSL, Lions @ Springwood, Cronulla Sharks, Campsie RSL Group, Canterbury Leagues and Greyhounds are all enjoying the benefits and efficiencies of Next Payments’ Cash Recycler and have noticed savings since installing the unit.

Before this year’s peak trading season, speak to Next Payments about their Cash Recycler and automate your cash management and reduce costs.

Call Next Payments today on 1300 659 918 or visit nextpayments.com.au for more information.

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