I am looking for ideas to improve the efficiency of recording official checks. We are a three branch bank. Our stock of official checks is maintained at the Main Bank and reserve stock is distributed to branches on an "as needed" basis.
Currently we are recording all monetary sales on photocopied forms. We have a log for cashiers check, a log for money orders, a log for travelers cheques,etc. The teller must write in the serial #, payee, remiter, amount, date, etc.. at the time each transaction is conducted. This seems so antiquated and I am trying to help these folks into streamlining this process.
Would you guys be willing to share how you record and maitain the information? I would really like to come up with a more efficient manner of documentation. The problem is we do not have PCs behind the teller lines and we also are not on any automated teller software. Up a creek? Maybe.