Talaris, an expert in cash handling technology, has released CashInsight Bridge, the latest software development in its portfolio of teller automation solutions, and CashInsight Assure, the new multi-vendor benchmark in teller connectivity software.
CashInsight Bridge provides an advanced remote device management solution for improved performance and business intelligence. It can also help maximise asset value through central control and deployment of updates that protect teller automation equipment, such as currency set updates, configuration optimisation and firmware upgrades.
Designed to provide efficient and immediate teller productivity for branch cash operations, CashInsight Assure, in conjunction with teller automation solutions such as the Talaris Vertera teller cash recycler, enables front-line branch staff to serve customers more efficiently and to optimise their time.
In addition, the company has appointed Tim Robinson as chief executive officer (CEO). Robinson was most recently CEO of Xafinity, the private equity backed pensions and financial services company. He replaces Tracey Graham who led the business from September 2005, including the Carlyle-backed management buyout from De La Rue. Graham left the business on health grounds but is making a good recovery.
Robinson has extensive experience in senior management positions globally. He started his career at IBM, where he spent 11 years in the UK and Asia progressing through the company on the established systems engineer then sales management path finishing as director of IBM in the UK. He then moved to Silicon Graphics as European marketing director before becoming UK/Ireland managing director to manage the, merger with Cray Research. In 1997, Robinson joined DCS Group as CEO taking it into the FTSE250 and moved, in 2001, to Thales Group in Paris where he was senior vice president and managing director of the worldwide security division.
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