Cash Recyclers Pay Dividends at N.Y. Start-Up

Kane, Katherine
December 2009
American Banker;12/15/2009, Vol. 174 Issue 222, special section p6
Trade Publication
Case Study
The article focuses on the case study of the use of cash recyclers in banks. The cash recycler enables bank tellers to concentrate on customer service by counting and recording cash transactions automatically. Empire National Bank Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Douglas Maditch said the recycler has changed the layout of banks and increased the security of cash.


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