At QDS, we form partnerships with our customers. As a business partner, we want to help you make decisions that will best serve your clients. Our suggestions for these best practices vary based on the market your FI occupies and what clients are looking for in rural versus urban environments.
Before implementing managed services from QDS, many of our current clients expressed their frustrations with underperforming service providers. Whether those providers had roped their FIs into inconvenient contracts, overcharged and underperformed, or repaired ATMs at a sluggish, inconvenient pace for them and their clientele, FIs turned to us for a much-needed improvement. In this blog, we’ll be breaking down just how QDS Managed Services program continually improves the service experience.
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As a company, QDS has a vested interest in keeping track of financial market trends so we can better serve and advise our clients. One of the market trends we’ve been watching closely is the increase in the amount of cash deposits clients are completing in branches and drive-throughs alike.
Both the Teller Cash Recycler (TCR) and Cash Discriminators are powerful tools that, when implemented, can magnify the productivity of a financial institution. TCRs and Cash Discriminators can strengthen and streamline operations within your teller line, though they are uniquely different machines. The similarities and differences between them make the two a perfect pair, utilizing one or the other’s strengths and weaknesses to function as one unit and create an automation powerhouse.
One of the technologies that continues to gain traction in the US market is Teller Cash Recyclers (TCRs). Prized for their security and efficiency, there are numerous benefits and strategies for their utilization.
Consumer Behavior Post-COVID Consumer behavior has dramatically changed in the past few weeks and I don’t have to look far to witness real world examples. My 74-year-old mom has become a wiz ordering Uber Eats and navigates Zoom like a pro now to play bridge with her friends.