The Incassomat



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In 1936, banks invented “the Incassomat” or “robot cashier”, a machine to facilitate deposit making and withdrawals, to improve record keeping and reduce human errors in transactions. Soon, banks piloting it realized the cost of operating it was too high compared with the benefits of error correction.


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     Posted By: Paul - Mon Apr 08, 2019
     Category: Money | Technology | 1930s





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Cool. An ATM before its time.
Posted by Brian on 04/15/19 at 09:45 PM









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