Retailers and multi-location organizations are seeking alternatives to branch banking and traditional cash vault services. One of the hottest new options is utilizing non-armored couriers to transport cash to and from the bank. On this webinar, we are pleased to feature two of our customers – H & R Block and Caleres. They share how they use DTS Connex to ship deposits and receive change orders from the bank via non-armored courier service and the impact this has had on their cash handling operations.
Effective January 1, 2018 the price of our stock DTS Connex 9” x 12” deposit bag is $0.09 per bag ($90.00/1000 bags). This price is extended to all customers, regardless of their deposit bag order volume.
We hosted our second DTS Connex Forum in October. Over 50 attendees representing 12 retailers, 10 banks, and a variety of other partners joined us for the weekend. We gathered to talk about trends in cash management and the future of DTS Connex.
Arby’s, Nordstrom, and Barnes and Noble Education joined us for this webinar to talk about their unique change order process. The conversation featured how they use DTS Connex Standard (One-Time) web Orders, Recurring (Standing) Orders, Order Approvals, or a combination of the three.
This webinar features Andrew Teachout, Business Analysis Manager at Starbucks. Andrew joined us to offer insights into their business case, share best practices, and demonstrate how DTS Connex plays a critical role in their cash management operations.
We are very proud that DTS Connex played a key role in delivering award-winning results. Today, Starbucks utilizes our DTS Connex Change Order, Change Order Payments, Deposits, and Cash-in-Transit modules.