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CBORD releases unattended cash-to-account station

Andy Williams   ||   May 21, 2009  ||   

The CBORD Group, the Ithaca, N.Y. provider of food and nutrition management solutions, cashless card systems, and security solutions for colleges, universities and health care facilities, rolled out the newest version of its unattended cash-to-account station that gives cardholders the ability to view current account balances and deposit cash directly into their accounts.

The ValuePort III, which replaces several predecessors, including the original ValuePort, ValuePort II and CS Value Terminal, is a 24-hour cash-to-account station providing additional convenience for cardholders to view account balances, deposit cash, and dispense guest cards. An integrated receipt printer provides cardholders with a record of their transactions.

“We have been using the ValuePort III for several months, and we’re very happy with it,” said Dolores Harper, director of University ID at Texas Tech University. “Our students haven’t had any issues using it. In fact, after just a few months we are averaging several hundred dollars in deposits every couple of days. I like the reporting: when you take the money out, the report provides the bill count by denomination and displays a grand total. The configuration of IP addresses and the like is simple, and I like having our school color on the front.”

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