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22.05.2019

planfocus is looking back to a successful European Cash Cycle Seminar, 13-16 May 2019 in Tbilisi, Georgia

planfocus is looking back to another excellent Cash Cycle Seminar in Tiflis, Georgia to interact with clients and partners and help to advance the key topics in cash cycle optimization. As Gold sponsor of the event, planfocus has taken the opportunity to showcase its unrivaled approach in cash cycle optimization based on Artificial Intelligence in two innovative breakout sessions.

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29.04.2019

The Cachet of Cash?

Despite consumer interest in and adoption of alternative payment methods—and a growing number of high-end retail and dining establishments going cashless – cash and coin remain a mainstay of the U.S. purchasing economy.

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29.04.2019

China sees growth in cash demand

China has been at the heart of payments innovation over the past decades leading some observers to boldly announce that cash is on its way out. But banknote demand is continuing to grow. The first notes appeared under the Song Dynasty, in China between AD 960 and 1279. Today, it is estimated that around half the world’s banknotes circulate in China. 

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05.04.2019

planfocus to sponsor European Cash Cycle Seminar, 13-16 May 2019, Tbilisi, Georgia

Why should you attend?
The ​Cash ​Cycle ​Seminar ​(ICCOS) ​is ​the ​premier ​global ​seminar ​for ​commercial ​cash ​management, ​distribution ​and ​circulation. ​It ​is ​a ​unique ​event ​focused ​on ​bringing ​together ​all ​the ​stakeholders ​in ​cash ​circulation ​to ​share ​perspectives, ​ideas, ​cost ​saving ​technologies, ​strategies, ​best ​practices ​and ​case ​studies. ​

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04.04.2019

Cash continues to drive self-checkout systems

The self-checkout market is anticipating big growth during the next five years as businesses focus on improving the shopping experience for customers. Whilst electronic payments are seen to be a big influence on the growth of these systems, cash-based systems continue to be a key factor influencing the self-checkout market industry. 

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