MISSISSAUGA, ON., May 10, 2016 - Brink's Canada was pleased to answer the call from the Canadian Red Cross to ship prepaid debit cards for distribution to more than 88,000 area residents affected by the devastating wildfires in Fort McMurray, Alberta.
In a highly competitive marketplace, quick serve restaurant owners like RKJL Foods Ltd. which operates McDonald’s® franchises in the Kingston and Gananoque area, need an
efficient cash management process. Brink’s CompuSafe® Service improves the accuracy
of their cash management procedures, boosts staff accountability, increases safety for
managers who no longer need to make cash deposits at the bank, and reduces the time needed to reconcile registers.
CIBC announced the pilot program November 5th, which works with a Brink’s CompuSafe® to allow business owners to electronically deposit cash to their CIBC account and have access to the funds the same day, without leaving their retail location. The new CIBC eDepositTM for cash service will be of interest to retailers who have a higher reliance on cash flow, such as quick service restaurants, convenience stores, and gas stations.
Brink’s has made it easier to order high quality cash and currency handling products with an improved online store experience.
As part of Brink’s Canada’s ongoing effort to conduct our operations in an environmentally responsible manner, Brink’s has moved to a paperless invoice. Brink’s Electronic Invoice allows you to access your monthly invoice online anytime. If you wish to receive your invoices in the mail, you will be charged $5.00 for each paper invoice.