ST. LOUIS -- Seeking to automate the traditionally manual process of counting its cash and coins, Schnuck Markets here has rolled out electronic counting machines at its 100 stores, one per store. The TY R300 counting machine, a small, portable device from Tellermate, Atlanta, uses a weight-based method rather than mechanical technology. It has no moving parts, thereby requiring less maintenance, said Tellermate. "We are very pleased with the system, which in fact hastened the rollout," ...

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