Talaris, a provider of cash handling technology, has launched CashInsight Bridge, which 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.
With continuous remote performance monitoring of teller automation equipment, Talaris can offer early warning notifications of potential operational issues. CashInsight Bridge also provides supplementary data for proactive support, faster issue resolution to aid tellers and critical product health-checks, resulting in higher operational availability.
Mal McHutchison, managing director, branch teller automation, Talaris, said: “CashInsight Bridge can improve the visibility of key performance indicators and service performance levels relating to individual equipment or an entire fleet. Talaris’ analysis of equipment status and performance trends supports a proactive service delivery model with pre-emptive service activities and preventative maintenance.”
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