GLORY Offers More Choices for All Retail Businesses

| January 14, 2019

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GLORY, the global market leader  for point of sale and back office retail cash recycling, continues to offer new products to provide a seamless fit for every business when making the move to cash automation. Today, Glory announced two additions to its robust CASHINFINITY ™ suite of retail cash automation products: Glory CASHINFINITY CI-50 and CI-30B. Both products offer new advanced features that fit to unique situations. Glory manufactures a range of CASHINFINITY cash recycling solutions to support all retail segments and footprints from convenience stores and quick service restaurants through specialist retailers to large format stores and hypermarkets. Handling both notes and coins, they include the  CI-10 and  CI-50 for the point of sale;  CI-30, CI-100,  CI-200 and  CI-300 for the cash office as well as supporting software and business consulting services.

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