Tidel Engineering, which manufactures physical cash management systems and robbery deterrence products in the US, such as counting machines and safe boxes, has launched its Tidel Financial Services (FS) department in North America to provide financing for its products.
The new FS unit from the Sentinel Technologies subsidiary will provide lease and asset financing options for the range of Tidel Sentinel physical cash management systems.
“With the launch of Tidel Financial Services, we are now able to provide our customers with an alternative way to acquire our systems,” said Mark Levenick, president and chief executive officer (CEO) of Tidel Engineering, which is a subsidiary of Sentinel Technologies.
“Multiple lease and financing options provide our customers with the added convenience and flexibility to acquire our Sentinel products in a manner that best suits their current and future business needs,” he added.
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