Bode-Panzer GmbH is the main sponsor of this year’s ALVARA INNOVATION DAYS. Cash specialists from financial institutions, retail, and cash-in-transport companies come together for the sixth time on 28 and 29 September 2015 under the motto “Vision 2015 – making cash processes fit for the future”. Meeting at the Westin in Leipzig, the participants look forward to 15 specialist talks on innovation within cash processes and visions for cash logistics. Among others, Frankfurter Sparkasse will present its new institutional concept for cash pricing. It will be joined by representatives of medium-sized enterprises and cash-in-transit companies, who will focus on the particular needs of their sectors, share experience and current emergency solutions for cash management between the retail and credit sectors. Moreover, the participants at the 6th ALVARA INNOVATION DAYS are invited to visit the ALVARA MünzMarktplatz – the coin marketplace – to find out more at this accompanying exhibition. Read More
Bode-Panzer GmbH has entirely overhauled its Internet presence. The richly traditional company took this opportunity to relaunch its corporate design, also. A tortoise plays a key role here.
“Bode Panzer blends tradition with innovation”, says Frank Steinhardt, managing director at Bode Panzer, to summarise the company’s philosophy. “Our new market look perfectly reflects these qualities.”
In its new design and the completely revised content, Bode Panzer again builds a bridge between tradition and its forward-looking focus. For instance, the logo and the colour concept have remained the same, although they are now wrapped up within a modern web concept.
The motif featuring a tortoise with its heavy shell is now shown on the home page. “In our eyes, the tortoise embodies the preservation of tried-and-true values combined with its ability to adapt to a constantly shifting environment”, explains Steinhardt.” Both of these aspects represent timeless metaphors one can observe time and again within our society.
Banks and saving societies are currently doing all they can to cut cash handling costs, says BPL columnist Frank Steinhardt. He believes that institutes can quickly and noticeably cut the cost of cash handling through the application of intelligent cash handling systems … To the article.