Compuflex Corporation is pleased to announce that BranchWare, our soft integration software for the financial industry, is certified for use with CIMA’s AST 7000 NTS and AST 7016 cash recyclers.
Springfield NJ, - August 27, 2019 – Compuflex Corporation is pleased to announce that BranchWare, our soft integration software for the financial industry, is certified for use with CIMA’s AST 7000 NTS and AST 7016 cash recyclers.
BranchWare provides a quick and affordable way to connect a cash recycler to your existing teller application by automatically extracting pertinent information from the withdrawal screens and inserting it into deposit screens using a state-of-the-art screen management engine.
Designed for high performances in locations with many cash transactions, the CIMA AST 7000 NT5 is equipped with 8 recycling drums with a capacity of up to 700 banknotes each. AST 7000 NT5 stores and withdraws banknotes at a speed of 7 and 6 banknotes per second respectively.
The CIMA AST 7016 is an automatic cash-in/cash-out recycling unit that meets the requirements of both bank branches and retail environments where the number of recycled notes is particularly high. Equipped with 16 drums, each with a capacity of up to 700 notes, this machine can handle and recycle up to 11,200 banknotes in total.
Upon request additional documentation will be made available, which provides details on the latest enhancements offered in BranchWare.
The Compuflex Corporation is an independent, privately-owned, cash handling solutions provider, that has been successfully providing cash handling software since 1983. Its core business focus is on developing tools for financial, retail, and gaming markets both nationally and internationally. Compuflex continuously demonstrate its commitment to the cash handling industry through customized solution design, unparalleled customer support, in-house and on-site training programs, and solid warranties.
Headquartered in Mirandola Italy, CIMA was Founded in 1955 and started out in bank security with anti-robbery booth development. The goal at CIMA has always been to grow stronger and enhance the level of products and services provided. As they expanded, they began designing and developing cash handling equipment which is now distributed worldwide.
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