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NOTE: Below are examples of programs/projects completed by DIG. Additional information can be provided upon request.


     Logistics and distribution planning for currency/coin and other products

DIG collaborated with industry colleagues in a three month study of banknote distribution practices for the country of the Ukraine.  This study covered numerous processes including banknote printing, coin storage and distribution, facilities planning, operational efficiencies, and long-term planning requirements supporting the Ukraine’s payments systems.

     Modeling of banknote printing requirements utilizing socio-economic variables

DIG developed a detailed banknote-printing model for central bank banknote printing operations that projects short and long-term banknote requirements.  This detailed, mathematical modeling platform covers historical trends, current economic variables, and social changes effecting banknote requirements for extended periods.  The model utilized various regression analysis techniques to predict future banknote volume requirements.


DIG identified a need to develop an information management system, TREASURYWindow®, to coordinate and concentrate information from multiple vendors and system platforms. DIG envisions this platform coordinating data gathering for all in-sourced and out-sourced cash processing operations and allows for a single system for inquiries, research, and audit reviews.

     Cash center automation comparison and review

DIG has developed a detailed review of the major cash center automation software systems comparing platforms, features, performance, and product sustainability. DIG provides additional analysis of the customer’s needs for these systems and recommends appropriate selection and sizing.  No purchaser of comparable systems should be without this analysis when deciding on automation platforms.