The company is currently an IBM Business Partner and has been providing this platform for The Money Manager System on IBM hardware and software for more than 20 years.
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Brooks Armored Car developed The Money Manager System and soon found themselves being one of the first companies to offer computerized cash solutions to the Financial Services Industry. In the mid 1980s, BAC forged its first licensing agreement for The Money Manager with legacy Bank of America. With the growth of the business, it became Brooks Data Services in the early 1990s. In 1996, Brooks Armored Car and Armored Transport merged to become AT Systems, and in 2000 Brooks Data Services became AT Systems Integrated Information Solutions (ATSIIS). The Brooks family sold their portion of the business in 2001. In 2003, ATSIIS was sold to a Texas company that changed its name to Currency Technics + Metrics (CTM) and moved it to Irving, Texas. In 2008, Mr. Brooks repurchased the company and relocated it to Wilmington, Delaware.
Four key managers have remained involved with Money Manager since its inception. They bring a wealth of industry knowledge and experience to address and anticipate customer needs, which is why several large industry players have been with CTM for over 20 yrs.
Mr. Brooks has been a driving force in the Cash Logistic Industry for the past 36 years. He purchased and relocated Currency Technics + Metrics back to Delaware in May of 2008, with the current focus of developing new software and a web based product to enhance The Money Manager System, which he original designed and developed.
Prior to his acquisition of CTM, he was Executive Vice President at AT Systems, Inc. where his responsibilities included new product development, sales management, and contract negotiation, reporting to the CEO. Prior to the AT Systems Inc. acquisition of Brooks Armored Car Service, where Mr. Brooks was President, he grew the family business from a $4M Delaware based armored car company to a $45M armored car, cash processing, and technology focused company covering the Northeastern United States. Brooks Armored Car was the largest outsourced provider of cash processing services in the United States and was nationally recognized for leading edge cash technology development, one product being The Money Manager which was licensed to many of the largest banks in the United States as well as banks and cash logistics providers in Canada and Australia.
Mr. Brooks attended Lehigh University and holds three patents for reconciling cash transactions and Smart Safe Technology.
Mr. Dickerson has been with Currency Technics + Metrics and its predecessor organizations for 18 years. He is currently responsible for the product development, client management, and sales of The Money Manager System. He interacts directly with CTM’s customer base and maintains CTM’s relationships with hardware and software vendors. Previously, he managed the Customer Support and Technical Development groups at Brooks Data Services (B.D.S). Prior to joining B.D.S., Mr. Dickerson was at Maryland National Bank in the Operations Services Division for five years, where he had responsibility for the Central Cash Vault operations of the Baltimore and Washington D.C. markets. Before joining Maryland National Bank, he was with National City Bank in Cash Vault Operations, ARP/DRP Account Reconcilement, and Commercial /Retail D.D.A. Operations.
Mr. Dickerson has a B.S. in Business Administration, Operations and Production Management, from the Ohio State University Max Fisher College of Business. He is an IBM Certified Specialist in Power Systems Sales for AIX and Linux - 2000, 2001, 2005, and 2009.
Mr. Rushie has been with Currency Technics + Metrics (CTM) and its predecessor organizations for 18 years. He is currently responsible for the information technology at CTM and programming development of The Money Manager. In this capacity, he maintains the network and computer systems, he also oversees the programming development and developer staff. He was one of the original developers and programmers of The Money Manager when it was first developed internally for Brooks Armored Car in the early 1980’s. Prior to this, he was a teller and then a Cash Vault Supervisor at Brooks Armored Car and used this experience to help in the development of the Money Manager. He continued as a senior programmer for Brooks Data Services and then AT Systems IIS (which later became CTM). He left for 7 years to work as a Network Engineer at AT Systems Inc. and returned to CTM in late 2008 to take on his current responsibilities.
Mr. Rushie has a BS in Computer Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He is an IBM Certified Professional- Power Systems Technical Support for AIX and Linux - 2000, 2001, and 2009. Mr. Rushie is a co-inventor on two US patents: #7562031 & #7216098: Electronic Transmission and Tracking of Deposit Information.
Denis duPlanti is responsible for the design, development, quality assurance, and customer support for the Money Manager System. Mr. duPlanti has been in cash processing and system development for thirty years. He began his career at Brooks Armored Car Service, Inc., where he had several assignments that led to vault manager, cash processing manager, and eventually Vice President of Cash Operations and Reconcilement. Mr. duPlanti was instrumental in the design and development of The Money Manager. In 2005, Mr. duPlanti joined Dunbar Armored Car as Vice President of System Development for the Cash Vault Services, where he managed a team to design, improve, and implement Dunbar’s cash processing system. In 2008, Mr. duPlanti joined Currency Technics + Metrics, Inc. to continue utilizing his proficiency in the cash vault system development for The Money Manager.
Mr. duPlanti attended Brandywine College and Widener University, focusing on Associate of Science Degrees in Accounting and Management. He is a co-inventor on two US Patents: #7562031 and #7216098 on Electronic Transmission and Tracking of Deposit Information.