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GLORY (U.S.A.) Inc. Streamlines Cash Processes for the Retail Industry

Glory (U.S.A.) Inc., www.gloryusa.com, announced today it will attend the National Retail Federation’s Retail Big Show 2013 to be held at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York, January 14 - 15, 2013. The GLORY booth, #1282, will display CASHINFINITY® cash management solutions and the RBG-300, a new cash recycler within the ICR™ – Intelligent Cash Recycler family of products. Together they provide retailers with a wide assortment of productive, efficient and secure cash management systems designed to streamline cash processes.

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For over 60 years, GLORY® has been providing cash management solutions for financial institutions and retailers worldwide. This experience has enabled GLORY to understand the needs of cash management and provide the ability to utilize their world renowned design and manufacturing expertise to bring quality, reliable and productive solutions to the US market.

“We’re excited to once again attend the NRF Retail’s Big Show. As a premier show for the retail industry it provides us with the opportunity to meet with hundreds of retail customers and provide them with customized product demonstrations focused on solving their cash management challenges,” said Tina Tuccillo, VP of Marketing and Product Strategy, GLORY (U.S.A.) Inc.

CASHINFINITY®, GLORY's Retail Solution offers iSMART Cash Management solutions that consist of total secure closed cash management, centralized control of cash inventory and optimization of all cash processes throughout a store. CASHINFINITY's flexible design and innovation easily meets the needs of any store size, business segments and investment plan.

In addition to the CASHINFINITY products, GLORY will also showcase the RBG-300. This recycler is one in a family of iCR™ - Intelligent Cash Recyclers. It’s designed especially to be installed in retail stores and connected online to the financial institutions network or armored car to process deposits and dispense notes for change funds.

GLORY (U.S.A) Inc. invites you to visit them at Booth # 1282 for a live demonstration of how GLORY can turn your cash management tasks into cash profitable ones. To learn more about GLORY and GLORY products please visit www.gloryusa.com.

About GLORY (U.S.A.) Inc.

GLORY (U.S.A.) Inc. is a subsidiary of GLORY, LTD., the leader in the design and manufacture of cash management solutions that includes currency dispensers, cash recyclers, cash sorters and currency processing equipment for many of the top US and World financial institutions, major retailers and the gaming industry.

GLORY is a registered trademark of GLORY LTD. The RBG-300 and CASHINFINITY are registered trademark of GLORY LTD. in Japan, the United States of America, and the EU. The iCR is a trademark of GLORY (U.S.A.) Inc.

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