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About Cummins-Allison Corp.

Cummins-Allison knows how to bring the money in and sort it out. The company makes a variety of coin and currency sorters, counters, wrappers, and scanners; check signers, imprinters, and endorsers; and paper shredders. It also produces cash management software (JetWedge Connection Software). The company's products are sold around the world to vending, banking, gaming, retail, law enforcement, and kiosk. Cummins-Allison has R&D centers in the US and a network of more than 45 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.In 2020, the company was acquired by Crane Payment Innovations.

Operations

Cummins Allison's products resolve currency and image-processing challenges with unequaled speed and precision – reducing transaction times and maximizing productivity. The company is more than a manufacturer. It also controls the design, and distribution of the products and helps the company to  provide the fastest, most accurate hardware and software solutions in the industry Cummins Allison's portfolio includes currency counting and imaging, coin counting and sorting, check imaging and processing, casino ticket processing, full-function ATMs, software solutions for process improvement and retail payment solutions.

Geographic Reach

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 45 offices across North America.

Sales and Marketing

Cummins-Allison's customers are from financial institutions, cash-in-transit, gaming, retail, casino, cannabis, vending, law enforcement and other organizations.

Strategy

Cummins Allison's products resolve currency and image-processing challenges with unequaled speed and precision – reducing transaction times and maximizing productivity. It prides itself on its people and its customer-centric focus. Clients' equipment gets the attention it needs on the first call, so clients are up and running sooner.

Research and development are Cummins Allison's keys to innovation. The company has a heritage of leadership in technology and product innovation dating back to 1887. From its inception, the brand has been a technology leader and innovator in the document-processing and money-handling industries. Historically investing twice the industry average in R&D, Cummins Allison is committed to delivering relevant technological advancements to its customers – solutions customers want that make their lives easier.

Cummins Allison provided the highly secure Money Machine 2 self-service counter for Millennium Bank. Self-service technologies are a key aspect of business for today's most successful banks and successfully employing this technology and building strategies focused on customer value find significant cost savings and increased customer loyalty and satisfaction.

Company Background

The company was founded in 1887. In 2014, Cummins Allison enters the automated teller machine (ATM) market with a wide range of models from dispense only to full function automated deposit.

Cummins-Allison Corp.

852 Feehanville Dr
Mount Prospect, IL 60056-6001
Phone: 1 (800) 786-5528

Firm Stats

Employer Type: Privately Owned
CFO: John Diedrich
SEVP, Commercial Lending, Glenview State Bank: Kenneth J. Douglas
Chairman and CEO: John E. Jones
Employees (This Location): 350
Employees (All Locations): 450

Major Office Locations

Mount Prospect, IL

Other Locations

Birmingham, AL
Phoenix, AZ
Burbank, CA
Carlsbad, CA
San Diego, CA
San Leandro, CA
Englewood, CO
Cheshire, CT
Tampa, FL
Cartersville, GA
Bettendorf, IA
Clive, IA
Elmhurst, IL
Glenview, IL
Mount Prospect, IL
Northbrook, IL
Northfield, IL
Indianapolis, IN
Lenexa, KS
Harahan, LA
Framingham, MA
Baltimore, MD
Derwood, MD
Eden Prairie, MN
Saint Louis, MO
Charlotte, NC
Elmwood Park, NJ
Albuquerque, NM
Las Vegas, NV
Reno, NV
East Syracuse, NY
Kew Gardens, NY
Blue Ash, OH
Cleveland, OH
Columbus, OH
Norman, OK
Portland, OR
Bensalem, PA
Broomall, PA
Monroeville, PA
Collierville, TN
Nashville, TN
Dallas, TX
Houston, TX
Universal City, TX
Ogden, UT
Tukwila, WA
Waukesha, WI
Burnaby, Canada
Calgary, Canada