The solution portfolio will primarily focus on the Integrated Currency Manager cash management system, Device Manager and CorPoint, the end-to-end cash management system for retailers, but will cover the full spectrum of cash and logistics needs.
Dan Tone, general manager, Eutron said: “The partnership will help our clients create cost savings and lead to increased customer satisfaction as a result of improved self-service device availability and industry leading business analytics that assist future business strategy and decisions.”
“We chose Fiserv because it is the leading provider of independent multivendor solutions and can offer our clients a potential 20% to 40% reduction in cost of cash and transportation via total cost optimisation and return on investment within twelve months,” Tone added.
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