- P F Murphy
- October 07, 2012 - 09:59
I wonder where consumers get the money to consume stuff or store it in a bank if no one has a job? And it's "fewer people' because you can count them, but "less" things that you don't count like money - no one says one money, two money, etc, but they do say one dollar, two dollars, etc.
- a business man
- October 02, 2012 - 19:16
Great article. Hopefully, this will lead to less people employed as tellers, and maybe even smaller branches with less people working. Using technology to eliminate the tasks of workers is a great way to increase profits while improving service. Of course, there is a capital cost to implementing technology, but once applied on a wider scale to eliminate workers at every branch, this type of technology will surely bring value to shareholders and consumers alike.