We help organizations secure, automate and streamline their cash handling processes. Our portfolio of cash automation solutions, including smart safes and cash recyclers, have enabled companies across the globe to achieve greater efficiencies, transparency, and accountability in the way they handle their cash.
The amount of cash in circulation today has never been higher, which is driving the need for solutions that help organizations achieve greater utilization of store labor, reduce third party fees, and enable greater visibility to their cash at any given time.
Who We Serve:
Businesses of all Sizes
For over 4 decades, we have helped organizations across numerous industries automate, secure, and streamline their cash handling processes. In doing so, we’ve enabled our customers to run their business more efficiently, deploy their labor where it is best utilized, and gain significant transparency and faster access to their working capital. In the end, our clients have enjoyed a better, more secure, and more profitable way of doing business.
Tidel solutions have been deployed in cash-centric environments across a wide spectrum of industries. While these industries may enjoy unique characteristics, they all share one common requirement: the need for a secure, transparent, and auditable system that optimizes the way they handle their cash.
Quick Serve Restaurants
Convenience Stores / Gas Stations
Hotels / Hospitality
Products and Solutions
Tidel is the world’s leading manufacturer of cash management systems and robbery deterrent products for the retail industry. Over half of the top 100 U.S. retail organizations trust Tidel to secure, automate, and streamline their cash management environment.
Tidel smart safes provide advanced technological features that enable the automation of cash management functions within a busy retail environment. By providing automated bill counting and deposit functions along with extensive reporting capability, Tidel smart safes enable retailers to gain tremendous efficiencies and optimization of cash management processes and in-store labor.
The Tidel TR Series represents the broadest and most adaptable portfolio of cash recycling systems in the industry. From stores that range from a single till, to the most dynamic, high volume retail operations, the TR Series is designed to adapt to the widest range of cash management needs, no matter the size or complexity.
TIMED ACCESS CASH CONTROLLERS (TACC)
Since its introduction in 1978, the TACC (Timed Access Cash Controller) from Tidel has become the standard for deterring robbery and improving cash handling processes for thousands of retail locations in over 50 countries worldwide. Since its inception, the TACC family has become the defacto standard for retailers seeking a secure and reliable way to manage the store’s change fund, right at point-of-sale.
The Tidel IES 50 is an all in one, intelligent entry control device designed to support the decision of whether or not to allow personnel to enter a facility. Powered by a high-performance AI processor, the IES 50 is able to quickly process facial recognition and also approximate the surface temperatures of objects and personnel.
Benefits of Technology Enabled Cash Automation
- Cash Room & Store Front End Labor Optimization 80% 80%
- Reduced Processing Volume on Deposit 50% 50%
- Reduced Transportation Fees 50% 50%
- Reduced Cash Leakage and Improved Controls 70% 70%
- Improve Working Capital 80% 80%
Reduction in Cash Shrink
Reduction in Reconciliation Labor
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