U.K.'s Tellermate Aims To Conquer U.S. Banks

Krebsbach, Karen
March 2004
Bank Technology News;Mar2004, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p25
Trade Publication
Reports on Great Britain-based Tellermate's signing of contracts with Comerica, Key Bank and National City, as part of its entry into the American financial services market. Company's installation of money counters at banks and retail stores; Cash-handling system of Tellermate.


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