Volumatic Receives Queen’s Award in Presentation Ceremony
Acting on behalf of the Queen, the Lord-Lieutenant of West Midlands Paul Sabapathy presented Volumatic with its Queen’s Award at a recent ceremony at the company’s headquarters in Coventry.
Volumatic won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the category of Innovation for its intelligent cash handling machine, the CCi. CCi is used at the till in retail and other outlets; it counts, authenticates and stores notes, streamlining the cash ‘cycle’ so back office counting and verifying is no longer necessary. The CCi has shown to cut cash processing by up to 75% and reduce shrink, and this innovation led to the highest official UK award for British business. The CCi is currently being used, and trialled, by a number of big high street names.
In addition to the Volumatic team, partners JCM, DFL and Currency Tech were invited to join the award ceremony in thanks for their contribution to the success of the CCi.
Managing Director Colin Amos received the award on behalf of the company saying, “It is a testament to the hard work and dedication of everyone at Volumatic.”
Lord-Lieutenant of West Midlands presents the Queen’s Award to Volumatic Directors (from L-R) James Harris, Juliette Summerfield, Duncan Johnson and Managing Director Colin Amos.