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Brendan Doyle

Brendan DoyleCMS - Manchester

Cash Office Technology: Time to Consider the Business Case

18 April 2016  |  3842 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

The national living wage ignites the business case for cash office automation but retailers need to be wary of overpriced solutions. Automated cash counting safes have been around a long time but UK retailers have been slow on the uptake. The allure of improved productivity is obvious but high costs, poor execution and a failure to replicate soluti...

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Brendan DoyleCMS - Manchester

Cash is under threat. Those who don't agree need to pull their head out the sand.

10 April 2015  |  1752 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Cash is being assailed from all sides. Card networks looking to extend their dominance into low value payments, technology companies trying to disrupt the payments industry and banks trying to reduce costs of ‘non-core’ activities. All share a common goal to eradicate cash as a viable payments instrument. Governments and central banks appear, at b...

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Brendan DoyleCMS - Manchester

Prepare Now For Interest Rate Rises or Suffer Later

19 June 2014  |  2508 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Just two weeks ago, on the 3rd of June, I spoke at ATMIA’s European ATMs conference in London, and published a blog, on the subject of rising interest rates and the impact this will have on the ATM i...

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Brendan Doyle
Brendan DoyleCMS - Manchester

ATM Cash Management: Prepare now for rises in interest rates

02 June 2014  |  3583 views  |  1 comments | recommendations Recommends 2

ATM Cash Management - It might not look like it, but now is the time to prepare for a rise in interest rates. There are still mixed signals on the future of short term interest rates and with the ECB ...

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Brendan Doyle
Brendan DoyleCMS - Manchester

Why we need to question the BoE's whimsical polymer decision

27 February 2014  |  4238 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

The Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, announced on 18th December 2013 that all £5 and £10 banknotes in circulation will begin to be printed on polymer rather than cotton paper from 2016. T...

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Brendan Doyle
Brendan DoyleCMS - Manchester

Open Letter to the Bank of England: Concerns over Polymer

24 January 2014  |  2826 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

In December 2014, the Bank of England made a decision to introduce Polymer Banknotes into circulation, starting with the £5 notes in 2016 and the £10 note in 2017. On behalf of Cash Management Soluti...

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Brendan Doyle
Brendan DoyleCMS - Manchester

A cashless society - be careful what you wish for

03 December 2013  |  4667 views  |  3 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

RBS customers suffered a systems meltdown on Monday evening as millions of customers of RBS, NatWest and Ulster Bank were left unable to make payments with their credit & debit cards Of course, t...

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