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. The educational Plenary Sessions are where the delegates share their experiences and knowledge base, peer to peer. An exhibition area featuring our Sponsors’ latest technology and services is open throughout the seminar and Sponsors also conduct focused breakout meetings to share further details on their leading solutions for the industry.
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Innovation Breakout #1: Next Generation Cash Cycle Optimization based on Artificial Intelligence
In the highly cost-sensitive field of cash operations, with increasing CIT costs and significant central bank interest rates outside the Euro zone, managing cash servicing and inventories efficiently becomes imperative. Market statistics shows that standard statistics tools are not able to cut down on cash holdings significantly without creating costs elsewhere or violate availability SLAs. In this session we will introduce our Next Generation approach to Cash Cycle Optimization and explain why integration across ATMs, branches, vaults, and CiT is critical to achieve best-in-class results. This breakout will showcase how just-in-time cash service scheduling through automatic forecasting and planning, based on Artificial Intelligence exactly to demand can transform your cash cycle management.
Innovation Breakout #2: Entering the Age of Cash Visibility
In a world of increased digitization, with diverse actors collaborating across the cash supply chain, where cash holdings in the supply chain are a major cost factor, while transportation is becoming more dynamic, financial institutions and other market participants are in urgent need to adopt new technologies to create visibility across the cash supply chains — both to see current holdings and ongoing activities. This enables all market participants to automate collaboration through electronic interfaces, such as the ones standardized via GS1. This breakout showcases leading central banks’ approaches for cash visibility, how other market participants can collaborate and what the overall benefits will be.