You might think about Jane as the most reliable, low-maintenance employee ever. It doesn’t require an hourly wage, bathroom breaks or health insurance. It doesn’t show up late to shifts and it’s not tempted to steal cash or product. It doesn’t gossip about other employees or ignore instructions from management. Jane is 300 pounds of reinforced steel, machinery and wires, with built-in cash vaults, high-definition cameras and biometric scanners. It’s a point-of-sale kiosk designed to reduce cash shrinkage, promote responsible banking behaviors and reduce violent crime, said James Perez Foster, chief operating officer of Payteller Compliance, the parent company of Jane.
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