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How Morphis’ Live Cash-In-Transit Tracking for Android Makes CIT Businesses More Efficient

Cash-in-transit (CIT) businesses are essential to the global currency supply chain. By providing secured transportation of currency, CIT companies ensure the safety, security and integrity of money around the world.

However, running a CIT enterprise presents a multitude of challenges.

With Morphis’ new m•Track application for Android devices, capturing and communicating over-the-road activity such as secure package deliveries, pick-ups, ATM replenishment and balancing activity in real-time is no longer one of them.

We recently sat down with Morphis Global Director Sales and Marketing Debra Miller to discuss how m•Track provides CIT businesses with added efficiency:

Q: How does m•Track on Android devices work?

Debra Miller: Android devices are rapidly becoming the de facto standard for many secured logistics companies. For Morphis, deploying our mobile track and trace for the Android eco-system was the next logical step in our ongoing efforts to develop automation technologies for the CIT industry.

Morphis’ m•Track utilizes the latest in Android technology for tracking the movement of vehicles and the parcels they carry. It records signatures, and prints and emails receipts and a host of other features. Available in English and Spanish, m•Track captures and communicates all activity such as secure package deliveries, pick-ups, and ATM replenishment and balancing in real-time so you can easily view what’s going on with your business from the internet or on a mobile device.

Q: Is it easy to integrate into Morphis? How does it work with Morphis?

Debra Miller: It’s super easy to integrate m•Track into your current Morphis application. GPS data provided by the Android device seamlessly integrates with the Morphis Optimized Vehicle and Routing (MOVR) system – providing enhanced command and control of CIT fleets on the move.

Q: Explain the benefits for CIT companies.

Debra Miller: The biggest benefit to Morphis m•Track solution is that it saves CIT’s time and money. It allows any size CIT to eliminate costly manual route and delivery sheets. And, it provides the CIT’s customer with the ability to track their deliveries via email and on the web.

Going to the 2017 SCTA Conference in Chicago Sept. 27-29? Make an appointment to speak with Debra Miller at the show. Or call Debra at +1 (850) 602-1681 for a live demonstration and see for yourself how Morphis can streamline and modernize your business.

Bitcoin: The End Of ATM Cash Management As We Know It. Right?

bitcoin1Bitcoin, also known as cryptocurrency, is digital cash.

If you own Bitcoin, you don't have an online account like Internet banking. You have a wallet. When you give real money to a friend on the street, you simply pull a bill out of your wallet and hand it to him. It's the same with Bitcoin. Your computer or your smart phone is your wallet. The Internet is the street where you meet your friend to give or receive money. You don't need a central bank or company like PayPal to serve as a mediary. It's peer-to-peer. It's untraceable. Borders or governments can't touch it or regulate it.

The real genius of Bitcoin is the way its program delegates its operation to individual users. There is no centralized computer on some corporate campus that manages it. Its ledger records transactions and mints new Bitcoin from mining machines owned by users scattered across the globe. Anybody can buy the materials to become a Bitcoin miner. When you do, your machine becomes one of many decentralized nodes that help keep the books.

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If you have to explain a joke...

David Letterman once (famously) said, "If you have to explain a joke it's not funny." Ergo the "War On Plain Socks" wasn't funny. Never mind that I thought it was funny. That only proves I'm a cash nerd. Brendan said he liked it. I think he's a gracious liar.

Frankly this so called "War On Cash" really isn't funny. Wars are never funny. Truth be told, this is only a war because Mastercard declared it to be so.

Everybody knows MasterCard has no altruistic tendencies, only a desire to increase transaction value market share. They're working for the vig - duly noted. But a "War On Cash?" Who is the enemy here? Cash or people?

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