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Optimizing the retail bank supply chain

How retail banks can learn from the consumer business industry to lower cost, reduce inventory, and boost productivity


Globally, cash in circulation has increased year after year and still plays a major role in advancing economic growth. But the costs associated with holding, counting and validating cash exceed $300 billion per year. By applying a proven consumer-business strategy and thinking of cash as “ goods”, retail banks can reduce excess inventory, improve operating efficiency, optimize their network of ATMs and lower their handling and processing costs.

Read this report from Deloitte Canada to learn how your bank can boost productivity.

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