The seminar on working with cash starts in Tashkent

Published: 27 May 2022 y., Friday

On May 27, 2022 in the conference hall of the Hyatt Regency Tashkent hotel there will be the seminar “Cash Optimization. Bank self-service”.

The seminar is timed to PLAS-Forum “Banks and Retail. Digital Transformation and Interaction”. Seminar participants will be able to ask questions related to banking self-service and cash circulation.

BS/2, which belongs to the Penki kontinentai Group, as well as representatives of banks in Uzbekistan, will participate in the seminar as lecturers

Zaur Yusifov, Strategic Project Manager at BS/2, will speak about innovative solutions in cash circulation.

Didar Zhankin, Head of Cash Collection Department of Halyk Bank, will talk about the experience of optimizing the cash circulation infrastructure in this bank.

Sanzhar Samsutdinov, Deputy Head of Tenge Bank’s Card Processing Department, will report on automation of cash planning for ATMs.

Kirill Ovsyannikov, Deputy General Director for Strategic Development of BS/2, will demonstrate Cash Management.iQ system and its separate module Vault.iQ, allowing for comprehensive accounting of cash receipts and payments in the cash center and connecting cash flows from the central bank to the customer service facilities and back.

At the end of the seminar, Marat Gatiiatov, Director of BS/2 Uzbekistan, will hold a workshop dedicated to working with counting and sorting equipment.

The report on the seminar “Cash Optimization. Bank self-service” you will find on our website after the end of the event.

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