Money counting is a matter of time and accuracy. Either you save time with the CountEasy(tm) Scale - and therefore save money - or you spend an inordinate amount of time hand counting the cash registers at the end of the day and therefore lose money. When you consider the likelihood of necessary recounts, inaccuracies, mistakes and theft that occur when counting by hand instead of using money counting machines to end your store's operation for the day, the opportunity to save money becomes magnified even greater.
Consider your business. If you have several cash registers to close-out every shift, the process requires a cashier or office worker to hand count the money. Each drawer can take up to fifteen minutes to count down. Multiply that by 4 registers and you've spent an hour counting down the drawers. If you have more tills to count the time increases to the point where a fair part of the day is wasted counting the money. Using a CountEasy(tm) scale would reduce that time to as little as ten minutes to count all four drawers. The employee time saved can be put to better use like interfacing with customers or tending to the shop.
Take a look at the following example of an average store with only 2 registers to set up and count down.