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Wincor Nixdorf Introduces Automated Teller Safe (ATS) Models to the U.S. Market

Friday 21 November 2003 22:31 CET | News

Wincor Nixdorf has introduced the companys Automated Teller Safes (ATS), also known as Teller Assist Units (TAU), to the U.S. market.The Wincor Nixdorf ATS model line, designed for front office and self-service functions in the branch environment, consists of three models of conventional cash dispensing teller assist units that can include up to six cassettes, as well as cash recycling models using Wincor Nixdorfs proven recycling technology. Wincor Nixdorfs ProAKT, a complete ATS application software, allows ready integration into U.S. branch platform systems. The Wincor Nixdorf ATS model line consists of: - ProCash 5000 Mini - Under-counter model with two to three cassettes - ProCash 5000 - Counter model with four to six cassettes - ProCash BBA - Under-counter model with four to six cassettes - ProCash 6000 - Cash recycling counter model with six to eight storage modules - ProCash 6100 - Cash recycling under-counter model with six to eight storage modules The dispensing mechanism used in the ProCash 5000 series and the ProCash BBA units are identical to those used in a traditional Wincor Nixdorf ATM. The cash cassettes can hold up to 2,500 bills and are interchangeable, allowing for added efficiencies in cash handling and disbursement for banks using both product lines. Wincor Nixdorfs ATS models offer flexible staff deployment in branch banking, since cash transactions and customer consulting can occur at the same workplace. They also provide a high level of security through concealed cash balances, programmable limits to amounts per transaction and per period, and different safe levels. In addition, automated support eliminates teller discrepancies, and cash does not have to be withdrawn from the strong room as often. Wincor Nixdorfs cash recycling ATS systems ultimately reduce the amount of cash held within the units, minimizing the time and maintenance required to replenish or remove the banknote supply; they can be partially emptied or refilled while the bank is open.

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