Central Banks must ensure the cash availability of banknotes and coins for professional cash handlers in a good quality and in adequate quantity at the right time. “Public sector efficiency” confronts Central Banks and its currency departments with the responsibility to monitor the efficiency of the country-specific cash supply chain on regular basis, and to modernize the cash cycle model. The strategy of the Central Banks determines the outsourcing degree and the legal regulations/ policies for external cash handlers.
Central Banks’ modernization projects include activities for digitalization, standardization and automation of the cash supply chain. This results always in appropriate adjustment processes at commercial banks, Cash-in-Transit companies and retailers.
Cash InfraPro accompanies your project through such a transformation process from “as-is” analysis to site acceptance of state-of-the-art “to-be” scenario. We provide the Project Management, pay attention to appropriate automation degree and optimal cost structure, ensure an implementation in time, and minimize the operational risks.
Digitalization of cash cycle
Integrated order management systems with route network planning including tracking & tracing, with cash center management software, reporting and audit functionalities
Interoperability and open interface standards along the supply chain by auto-identification and electronic data interchange compliant to GS1 Standards for cash logistics
Sourcing and procurement strategies for cost-effective and reliable technologies and systems ensuring supply chain performance
Standards along cash supply chain
Standardization of service portfolio, cash products and processes aiming a reduced variant diversity, zero-defect quality, security standards
Implementation of tamper-proofed, returnable boxes/ containers for the entire cash supply chain
Design, engineering and implementation of automated cash centers on greenfield and brownfield site
Cost optimization of cash center operators by targeting services, processes and technology
Transformation of manual into automated processes in banknote and coin processing, shredding, picking and packaging, automated storage and retrieval (AS/AR), inter-logistics (AGV, milk runs), security technique
Risk assessments and auditing of cash center processes and policies
Establishing/ market entry of a new CiT company
Transformation from “security company” to intelligent “cash carrier”
Cost optimization of transport operations aiming harmonized services and pricing, soft vehicles with ink dye protection, route network optimization and tracking & tracing, insurance fees, Green Logistics programs
Risk assessments and auditing of CiT processes and policies