John G. Shedd Aquarium was in the market for a reliable, user-friendly cash automation device that could handle large amounts of cash and coin. With a small team of two employees and two supervisors, each person had to spend hours manually counting and recounting bills and coin, as their old aging cash counting machine was rarely correct. To ensure accuracy, a staff member would first count a cash drawer, an office lead would supervise, recount, and place the money into the machine for security. Finally, the team would need to solve any discrepancies before the end of the shift.