About Change Acceptor
Whether you are working with vending machines or actual points of sale with human clerks, coins can take up a huge amount of your time. People paying with change can take up extra time, and the constant exchange of coinage all day long can be a hassle. To make things easier on your cashiers and your bookkeepers, look into installing a change acceptor at your registers.With a change acceptor, customers can drop their change into a machine that sorts and counts it for them. After all the coins have been totaled, a receipt is printed, giving the customer a voucher for the amount they deposited. With this automation, you are able to make your lines run much faster and keep your cash drawers much easier to balance at the end of the night.You can also get more than just convenience out of a change acceptor. Many owners choose to charge a convenience fee on change counting, and are able to take as much as 5 percent of the money processed. Other times, you can arrange with local charities to allow people to donate some or all of their change--providing them with an incentive to empty out those change jars at home and in the car.Depending on the size of your business, your change acceptor may see rigorous or infrequent use--but even occasional use will make your life easier. The change acceptor sorts and counts the coins it receives for you, too, so that emptying it is no hassle. You'll be amazed at how much more money gets brought into your store when people can bring in their spare change without being a hassle.