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INDIANAPOLIS -- All 148 Village Pantry convenience store locations will see Brink's Inc. CompuSafe Service installed to provide a "closed loop" system of greater productivity in point-of-sale (POS) operations, a significant decrease in cash handling discrepancies and stronger overall transaction management.
"The overall goal of our alliance with Brink's is to create a faster, more efficient checkout for our customers," said Mike Emmons, vice president of operations for Village Pantry, a division of Sun Capital Partners Inc. "Because we understand the need for friendly, efficient service, the implementation of this transaction management system will allow our associates to concentrate on providing the best possible customer service. Our associates will spend less time with accounting details -- allowing them to focus their attention on serving the needs of our valued customers."
Brink's CompuSafe Service allows secure transportation with advanced cash management technology to automate the cash cycle, resulting in accelerated funds availability, streamlined operational processes, and higher visibility and control of customers' cash operations, according to the company.