April 26, 2016, Mt. Prospect, IL – According to the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), there were nearly 30,000 domestic drug arrests made in 20141. As municipal, county and state law enforcement agencies and joint task forces continue to combat illegal drug trafficking, they are faced with the challenge of quickly and accurately documenting, tracking and managing the vast amounts of incoming and outgoing cash used in drug investigations.
APRIL 19, 2016, Mt. Prospect, IL – Retailers worldwide lose a staggering $1.75 trillion every year as a result of inefficient practices.1 A key contributor to inefficiency is the handling of checks and cash, which can become a costly bottleneck in the cash office.
MARCH 29, 2016, MT. PROSPECT, IL – As gaming properties work to attract patrons and increase revenue, they must make decisions about which technology solutions to adopt in order to improve their operations. While investment in technology is often dedicated to the customer-facing side of the business, many casinos are looking to invest in soft count room currency and ticket handling solutions to boost efficiency and productivity with a minimal cost of ownership. Cummins Allison, the leading innovator and provider of coin, currency, ticket and check handling solutions, offers three questions to ask when evaluating ticket and currency sorting vendors and solutions. Addressing these three areas will help you identify the most qualified vendor and solution for your property's needs.
MARCH 22, 2016, MT. PROSPECT, IL – Cummins Allison, the leading innovator and provider of coin, currency and check processing technology as well as ATMs, today announced that First National Bank, located in St. James, Minnesota, has added a mix of self-service and cash automation technologies to help improve operational efficiencies and enhance the customer experience.