NCR Corp. continues to make inroads into the marketplace with its APTRA Interactive Teller. Salin Bank, a $750 community bank in Indiana, is introducing the technology to its customers with the largest installation of the personal teller machines since NCR began rollout in March of this year.
Salin Bank will install PTMs in the drive-through lanes of most of its branch network in order to offer extended service hours for many banking functions. The bank also will install units in branch lobbies to help decrease wait times during busy branch hours, and will place several more units in new locations in order to reach underserved areas.
"We're always exploring new ideas to help our customers, and we wanted to offer our clients longer hours and more locations – but without losing that personal touch," said Bill Salin, president and CEO of Salin Bank. "When we saw this technology in action, we knew this would be a winning combination for our customers, our employees and our business."
"The efficiency and security created through the centralization of tellers enables Salin Bank to transform their branch locations into more effective service and sales environments," said Michael O'Laughlin, senior vice president of NCR Financial Services. "Interactive Teller lets Salin Bank offer access to teller services during non-traditional banking hours and provide full teller services in areas not served by branches, all while taking advantage of the advanced features of NCR ATM's such as intelligent deposit, bill pay, new account openings and loan initiation."
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