ATLANTA Chick-fil-A Inc., based here, is pilot testing at several unspecified locations a "smart" safe that not only manages cash but also automatically tabulates the cash in those restaurants and credits the amounts to the chain's bank account. "Receiving credit for funds that are physically in the store gives us better visibility into our cash position enterprise-wide and quicker access to capital," said Phillip Barrett, vice president and controller for the 1,300-unit chicken ...
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