GRG launched Intelligent Cash Deposit Solution in Taiwan’s Largest Shopping Cent


10 units of Intelligent Cash Deposit Machine P2801L from GRGBanking were put in use in Dream Mall, the largest shopping mall in Taiwan.


Deployed in November 1 by Shin Kong Bank, a major bank in Taiwan, the machines are estimated to serve more than 600 retailers and over 1,200 cashiers in the mall, to enable real-time credit to retailers’ bank account.


P2801L is a high speed and large capacity cash deposit machine with state of the art technologies like banknote validation, sorting and serial number tracking. As part of GRG's Intelligent Cash Collection Solution (ICCS), P2801L is an ideal solution for retail business area where there is large volume of cash in transactions, including supermarkets, gas stations and casinos, etc.




 “This sets an important milestone for the cash industry as how we can manage the cash logistics chain in a more effective and efficient way, especially when the retailers under pressure of their operational cost keep rising”, said Gary Soon, Regional Sales Director for Asia Pacific from GRGBanking.


According to Soon, before the installation, GRG conducted a research about the cash deposit behavior of retailers in Dream Mall with Intersys Taiwan Ltd, GRG’s local partner. The research shows that there was a “rush hour” for cashiers flooding to the bank’s deposit center in the mall when the mall was about to close at night. It caused long queues beyond the deposit center’s processing capability.


Garry Yang, General Manager of Intersys , said “we are very pleased with this project that truly enabling Dream Mall to increase its store efficiency and thus reducing their overall costs associated with cash handling, as well as, improve their customer experience.”


Partnering with Intersys, in August 2011, GRGBanking announced its first Intelligent Cash Automation Solution order from Asia Pacific region to implement P2801L at RT Mart. To promote such idea, GRG also co-operated with ATMmarketplace.com, the ATM industry online media, to release the latest white paper about intelligent cash collection solutions.


About Shin Kong Bank

Shin Kong Bank has a long history, starting life as the Manka Credit Union (later renamed the Taipei Third Credit Cooperative) in April of 1918, organized by a group of gentry to serve the financial needs of the local people. It was reorganized as a commercial bank under the name Macoto Bank in January of 1997.


About GRGBanking

GRGBanking is a leading provider of currency recognition and cash processing solutions in the global market with great potential and rapid development. GRG specialize in the development/ manufacturing of Automatic Teller Machine (ATM) for financial institutions and retailers, Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) devices for railway or underground systems, as well as other currency recognition and cash processing equipment, modules and systems for over 20 years. Besides, GRG various Multi-Channel Software Solutions and Services cover the needs of the financial industry, retail, transportation, payment, self-service, cash automation, cash management outsourcing and managed services, customized for different customers around the world.


About Intersys Taiwan Ltd.

Intersys Taiwan Ltd. was founded in 2005 by providing ATM solutions and services to individual resellers, service organizations and FIs.  The company has grown into the self-service solution provider that fully meet and exceed Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) specifications and optimization solution for the Banking, Transportation, and Retail Industries.

Today, Intersys Taiwan Ltd. is the largest Easy Card Sales & Add-Value/Coin & Bill Exchange kiosk supplier for Taipei Rapid Transit System, handling over 6 million cash transactions per month.

The company will continue to move forward with its scalable platform that can incorporate the newest advance intelligent cash management technology and unique user-specific features for its customers.


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