With over 3 decades of retail experience, I have found that the single most underappreciated aspect of running a retail business is controlling your most valuable inventory item, cash. Yes, as a Multi-Unit Subway Franchisee cash was an inventory item treated no differently than bread sticks, meat or cheese. I stocked it, I ordered it and most importantly, I counted it.
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It is interesting to look at these two cash recyclers side by side because, for me, it’s like comparing apples to oranges. While the CM18 is a good looking, tech savvy unit; I would say it really only serves low to moderate volume locations well. The MoniSafe 500 is truly designed to be a recycler for high volume locations and institutions that are looking to improve overall branch cash management between multiple devices. Below are the pros and cons of each machine so that you can make an educated decision about which one will best fit your needs.
Not all cash recyclers are made or operate the same, but there are definitely some dominant market leaders when it comes to quality and strength of features. We are about to provide a side-by-side comparison of 2 market-leading recyclers; the Glory RBG-100 and the recently released Nautilus Hyosung MoniSafe 500.
Hyosung's MS500 cash recycler really changed the game for cash automation and there are features of the MoniSafe 500 that are truly exciting for a cash automation enthusiasts.