According to the motto “Cash at the pulse of time”, top-class experts from retail, banks, service companies and industry will report on current practical experience, discuss future requirements and provide new thought-provoking impulses for modern cash processes at CashCon 2020. ALVARA will once again be a cooperation partner of the event and will provide an insight into the ICC App.
Leipzig, December 3, 2019 – Digitisation can no longer be stopped. Even though cash is currently still the most important means of payment in Germany, more and more alternative payment methods are entering the market. CashCon and its event partners, GS1 Germany and the EHI Retail Institute, will provide answers to the questions and tasks arising for the various players from this development at the Radisson Blu Hotel Cologne from January 29 to January 30, 2020.
“We will gladly continue to support CashCon as a cooperation partner in 2020 and will continue the partnership with GS1 and EHI that was launched in 2019,” says Bernd Hohlfeld, ALVARA Management Board member. “Optimising the cash cycle with innovative solutions has always been one of our central tasks. We are therefore particularly pleased to be able to give visitors to CashCon a preview of our ICC App. It will be available to our customers from spring onwards”.
The relevant modules of the proven ALVARA platform Interactive Cash Control (ICC) will then also be available to users as an app. The online platform supports various players in all processes related to cash ordering and dispensing or in the monitoring of self-service technology.
In combination with the modules “digital driver identification” and “digital receipt” of the ALVARA Logistic App, the ICC App is a further milestone on the way to a sustainable PC- and paperless retail branch.
CashCon participants can meet numerous market participants at the event, experience the latest products, solutions and services relating to the cash cycle and benefit from the combined know-how of the exhibitors. The four central questions at CashCon 2020 include:
- – What changes can be expected in the supply and disposal of cash?
- – What new ideas have been implemented? And have they proved their worth?
- – How can the benefits of cash be highlighted?
- – What is the impact of costs – and how can they be reduced?