Smart Connectivity for Smart Safes

Smart Safes have completely changed the way we think about cash management. With real-time processing and secure storage, smart safes go above and beyond traditional cash handling processes.

One of the most integral pieces to how Smart Safes function are their ability to connect online. This connectivity ensures that smart safes are able to automatically accept, validate, record, and store notes in a secure environment.

This connectivity can be made to the store’s network, or to a central console/dashboard at the store’s headquarters, a store’s bank, or a store’s cash-in-transit provider, or all of the above.

With Smart’s Safes capabilities heavily relying on strong connectivity, it’s important to consider a managed wireless solution. A Smart Safe is able to capture vital data and process information, why shouldn’t your connectivity be able to function similarly?

With a managed wireless solution, your connectivity is monitored and able to capture data that tells you when your Smart Safe is working properly and when there is an error.

It can also monitor data usage and alert you when you’re close to going over your data plan, ultimately saving you time and money.

Connectivity, combined with the report generation capability, enables retailers to leverage a Smart Safe in such a way that they can effectively and efficiently close the cash management loop.

Here at OptConnect we provide wireless network connectivity for Smart Safe applications of any size. Our solution provides a more flexible, more robust, lower cost option for Smart Safe systems deployments.

With OptConnect you’ll also have access to 24/7 support 365 days a year, so if you’re safe goes down at 3am, we’ll be there to help you.

To learn more about getting managed wireless connectivity for your smart safe, click here.

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