Automated Teller Machines, or ATMs, are an integral part of today’s banking process. Currency and coin counter machines are often used in conjunction with the ATM in order to provide the best and most prompt customer service possible. Currency counter machines do just that, counting both wads of banknotes, and pocketfuls of coins. They are capable of determining what type of currency is being processed, and counting the amount.
Cash and coin counter machines provide a great deal of accuracy in book-keeping and other records. Businesses using this technology have complete assurance that their records for cash transactions are accurate, all because money counter machines are keeping track for them. Human error is no longer a problem, and the time that would typically be wasted on balancing the books at the end of the day can now be spent doing something more productive.
In addition to providing accurate numbers, cash and coin counter machines are also capable of identifying counterfeit currency, pulling the plug on a crime that has been happening for centuries. Though not particularly a concern for the average Canadian, providing banks and businesses the capability of identifying potential counterfeits is a huge plus.
Some cash and coin counter machines also operate as cheque scanners. This allows the user to essentially deposit a cheque any time they wish, simply by visiting an ATM. In addition to the convenience of location, this also allows anyone to deposit a cheque at any time, even after bank closing hours.
With the addition of cash and coin counter machines to typical ATMs, banking has become easier and more efficient for the average Canadian. This has turned quick, accurate measurements and all-hour banking into the new normal. Depositing all manner of currency is easier and more reliable than ever.