Oldham firm offer everything required to make cash transactions safer
Date published: 06 May 2020
CashGenic has been developed to assist business around the world to take more hygienic cash payments
In response to the Coronavirus crisis, Oldham-based Innovative Technology has created CashGenic, the hygienic cash automation kit.
Marcus Tiedt, Innovative's Sales and Marketing Director, said: “Whilst the World Health Organisation have said there is currently no evidence to confirm that Covid-19 can be transmitted through coins or bank notes, a lot of retailers are strongly advising other forms of payment.
"By utilising our CashGenic solution you can assist those customers who still want to use cash payments to do so safely.”
A kit that provides everything you need to make cash transactions safer, CashGenic has been developed to assist business around the world to take more hygienic cash payments.
It is an affordable, single kit that is easy to use and doesn’t take a lot of time or investment to install.
Utilising intelligent note and coin recyclers from InnovativeTechnology, CashGenic provides secure cash payments and protects staff and customers; enabling social distancing during cash transactions while eliminating the need for staff to handle cash.
Mr Tiedt concluded: “The CashGenic kit provides everything required to start taking safer cash payments, simply power and fill the recycler devices.
"An android app makes set up simple.
"The system is suitable for many applications including convenience stores, bakeries, butchers, pharmacies and petrol stations.
"We supply the kit, not the finished box.
"We can put customers in touch with OEM's who can supply the finished box if they cannot obtain that from their usual payment systems supplier.”
Visit: www.inovative-technology.com/cashgenicfor more information.
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