Cummins-Allison knows how to bring the money in and sort it out. A subsidiary of Cummins-American, the company makes a variety of coin and currency sorters, counters, wrappers, and scanners; check signers, imprinters, and endorsers; and paper shredders and perforators. It also produces cash management software. These products are sold around the world to banks, government agencies, and the retail, casino and gaming, and vending industries. Cummins-Allison has R&D centers in the US and a network of 50 sales and service centers across North America. It also has operations in the UK, Ireland, Germany, Australia, and France. The family of chairman and CEO John Jones controls Cummins-Allison, which was founded 1887.
Illinois-based Cummins-Allison has R&D centers in San Diego and Philadelphia, and operations in Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, and the UK. Its sales and service network has more than 50 offices across North America.
The company is growing its business at home and overseas. In 2013 the UK's largest retailer Tesco PLC installed more than 15 of Cummins-Allison's Money Machine self-service coin centers in its superstores and smaller shops. The company also launched new products for the casino industry, including an updated JetTouch workstation that allows gaming operations to streamline their cash and ticket management, and financial institutions.
With more than 350 US patents, Cummins-Allison invests two times the industry average in research and development.