Tidel Sees Growing Verticals in the Cash Industry

Marty Hendrickson, Vice President of Global Sales at Tidel, recently sat down to talk about his predictions for future growth of the cash industry. He sees growth in the convenience store and quick service restaurant markets, and believes the most growth will come...

What Makes Tidel Unique?

What makes Tidel unique is that we take pride in the solutions we have developed that help our customers gain a better handle on their cash. For almost 40 years, we have listened carefully to our customers and partners and, as a result, we have been able to develop...

Is Cash Dying?

Cash isn’t dying in the way that many people think. 19% of The US population is underbanked[1], and there is more cash in circulation now than ever before…

The War on Cash: Cash Refusal

The War on Cash: Cash Refusal

You probably already noticed: you can’t buy food or drink on an airplane with cash anymore. You have to use a credit card.  Who or what inspired the decision is open to debate. Ask an airline spokesperson and he or she will likely tell you the cash refusal was to make...
For Millennials, Cash is Here to Stay

For Millennials, Cash is Here to Stay

A few years ago, a theory started circulating that the Millennial generation would be the first to go completely cash free. On the surface, it seemed like a solid idea. The popularity of mobile payment solutions and continued growth of debit and credit cards were...
How Technological Trends Keep Cash King

How Technological Trends Keep Cash King

Today, American consumers have many options to make payments. Online services such as PayPal or Venmo allow shoppers to pay for items using only a few keystrokes. If pushing a button is too laborious, individuals can simply wave their phones over scanners to make...
Cash and The Rise of Concierge Medicine

Cash and The Rise of Concierge Medicine

There has always been some degree of instability in America’s healthcare marketplace. Insurance premiums and deductibles have only gone up, with consumers never really knowing just how much they’ll be forced to pay out of pocket each year. The current possibility that...
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