Products like the Tellermate 1000, 2000, 3000, and the Tellermate TD have blazed trails in currency counting. If you're ready to upgrade, the 7000 has everything you need. The Tellermate Touch 7000 provides some of the most accurate counting on the market, guaranteed. It starts with a high end, a highly intuitive navigation system which is icon driven and makes counting a breeze. From cash lifts to banking preparation, and more, you can expect the Tellermate Touch 7000 to get the job done right the first time. In fact, you can count your drawers in less than sixty seconds, giving you time for more important tasks.
Enjoy Instant Visibility with the 7000
Businesses that rely on cash will appreciate the instant visibility of cash counts that the Tellermate Touch 7000 provides. By using analytics synced with multiple devices throughout your store, you can make decisions quickly whether you are ordering inventory or purchasing items for your store. Users will find that the device's touchscreen is intuitive and features a vast array of tools including:
- Store Dashboards
- Count Summaries
- Breakdown Reviews
The best part is that while the interface brings plenty of new features to the table, it doesn't take away from the other incredible characteristics that Tellermate has become known for over the years. Their core features have always included cash lifts, banking preparation, and cash counting. If you've been using Tellermate products for any length of time, you can expect more of the same, and better.
Training Made Easier
Undeniably, one of the most challenging aspects of running a business is training new employees, especially when you consider all the different pieces of technology you use. Whether your company has a high turnover rate, or you simply need to train employees on new equipment, you want to waste as little time as possible, and the best way to do that is with fast training. While in the past, you might have had to call the IT department to train your new employees, the Tellermate Touch 7000 features a video training app that brings all of your employees, old and new up to speed.
Advanced Technology Integrated
The Tellermate Touch 7000 has evolved significantly since the Tellermate 1000 model; it now includes Wi-Fi/Bluetooth as a built-in feature that can transmit information directly to your office printer. To bring these features full circle, the data can also be sent to your mobile phone, PC, or tablet using the Tellermate Touch app. Along with the integrated features, you can expand your Tellermate with optional features including a printer cable, wireless printer, and even a battery. Coin and currency scales have come a long way over the past few decades, with the Tellermate Touch 7000 being the next in a line of logical evolutions. To make it even better, count-by-weight cash counting has become a standard, growing ever more popular despite other counting methods on the market. Still, there are those who like to pit count-by-weight devices against friction counters, and we're going to do the exact same thing today.
Comparing Weight to Friction Based Counting
These are two very different ways of counting cash, and while they both get the job done sufficiently, one will always be preferred over the other.
Weight-Based Currency Counting
Count by weight machines
on the market makes use of a specific ruleset to count their batches. With this, the operator stacks cash on the machine in a specific format. For example, bundles, rolls, bags, etc. The machine then takes each denomination's value, also taking the weight into account to determine just how much money is there. It can complete this count within sixty seconds, giving you the entire balance of your drawer. Bills tend to degrade over time, and a torn bill might weigh less than normal. The machine, however, will be able to compensate for these differences and still create an accurate count for the employee, making it one of the most popular options on the market.
Friction Based Currency Counting
Friction counters fulfill the same function but with a catch: they don't count coins. If a bank invests in a friction counter, they probably have a separate coin counter
, or they end up counting all of the coins by hand. If efficiency is the goal, then a friction counter is a failure at this point. Another disadvantage that many neglects to talk about is the counter's inability to handle soiled or damp bills. If you have any of these in your stack, the machine will likely miscount, causing you to have serious accounting issues.
Make the Right Choice
Unless you happen to be a company that deals only in cash, there is a good chance that you will want to avoid friction-based currency counting. By using the right currency counter, particularly the Tellermate Touch 7000, you will free up your employees for more important tasks and ensure that the currency counts are always accurate. Click here to check out our current specials