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Cash Inventory Management Tip #1 – Addressing Customer Demand

A good inventory system is important to any business’ growth. For most industries, inventory ties up cash figuratively in products sitting on a shelf or in a warehouse. But for financial institutions, branch, ATM, vault and device cash is a financial institution’s inventory.

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Topics: Branches and ATMs, Cash Management, Vault Cash

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Myth of Branch Cash Management: Reducing Cash equals Optimal Cash Levels

#1 Myth of branch cash management: Reducing Cash equals Optimal Cash Levels While cash is central to banking operations, most financial institutions (FIs) carry too much of it (about 20-30% more than what they actually need) and unwittingly bear the direct and indirect costs of carrying excess cash. When banks and credit unions find out that they’re carrying too much, they often reduce their cash levels by a flat percentage across the board and assume that they’ve addressed the issue and solved ...

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Topics: Branches and ATMs, Cash Limits, Cash Management, Vault Cash, Cash Usage

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Internal Branch Cash Studies: Doing it Yourself vs. Hiring a Professional

Branch Managers who oversee cash operations are burdened with estimating branch and ATM cash flow in order to properly service their customers. On top of that, managers must balance delivery schedules, ordering time frames and limits – all while preparing for unexpected inflows or outflows, that can happen at any time. How can you manage competing cash needs, while also addressing all the other operations of the branch?

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Topics: Branches and ATMs, Analytics, Cash Management

Branch Transformation: 3 Questions Every Banker Must Answer

Our industry has fallen in love with the words Branch Transformation. By now you may be tired of hearing them. Before you tune them out completely, I would encourage you to take a step back and look at the bigger picture.

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Topics: Branches and ATMs, Technology, Customer Service, Branch Transformation