Does My Small Business Need An Currency Counter?

March 26, 2020 By Dunbar Security Products

As a small business, with a small budget, it can be difficult to determine which products are necessary and which products are a waste of resources. When it comes to managing your business’s finances, there is nothing more necessary than a currency counter. These easy to use devices prevent losses of all kinds.

 

Saves valuable time.

 

As with any business, there is a variety of tedious, yet necessary, tasks that take up valuable time. But what if there was a device that not only helped you complete those tasks efficiently but work to save you time in the long run.

 

A currency counter helps small businesses save valuable time by counting their money. Counting money by hand can be agonizing and time-consuming, especially if you have to keep recounting. With a currency counter, it only takes a matter of seconds to process and count hundreds of bills. Plus, there is no need to recount - a counter comes with a worry-free guarantee.

 

Any small business knows that time is as valuable as money. If the team is spending less time on tasks like counting money, they can focus more time on more important tasks. Boosting productively serves to boost your small business.

 

Protects against human error.

 

As human beings, we are all prone to making mistakes now and again. Normally, these small mistakes are nothing to worry about. But when it comes to managing money at a small business, any mistake can be detrimental to business.

 

When counting by hand, it is always better to split the bills by denomination prior to counting. This reduces the chances of mistakes being made and larger bills being mistakenly counted as smaller bills. With a currency counter, team members do not have to waste their time organizing the money. Advanced machines have the capability to count mixed denominations together.

 

In addition to counting the total value, some advanced counters even offer batch modes, which detects different denominations and organizes them into batches.  

 

Identifies counterfeit money.

 

Miscounting the total value of the cash is not the only potential human error. Currency counters are designed with infrared sensors or magnetic sensors to detect counterfeit bills.

 

If a counterfeit bill is detected, the currency counter notifies the user with both a visual message and an audible alert. The user can then remove the bill in question and resume the count without wasting any time. The denomination from the rejected counterfeit will be subtracted from the total value, which means the currency counter will never give you the wrong amount.

 

Counterfeit detection serves to protect your business against losses. A currency counter allows you to finish organizing and testing before you get to the bank. This prevents bills from being rejected and having to start the entire process over again.

 

If you would like more information about currency counters, need help finding the right security products for your small business, or other security products please contact Dunbar Security Products at 1.800.766.9145, email us at sales@dunbarsecurityproducts.com, or visit us on the web at www.dunbarsecurityproducts.com.