NCR Corporation announced it has signed a five-year deal with ANZ to equip that bank's Australian ATM network with NCR SelfServe ATMs.
ANZ operates as a branch of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited. Its business is concentrated on corporate and investment banking services and international trade finance.
NCR SelfServ ATMs provide a scalable deposit module that can accept, count and process cash and checks simultaneously. Mixed deposits can be processed typically in less than 60 seconds, NCR says.
"We will be progressively introducing 800 of NCR’s next generation intelligent deposit ATMs from mid-next year, providing our customers with 24-hour access to many transactions that are traditionally done in branches, such as providing instant value for cash or check deposits," said Mark Hand, managing director, ANZ Retail Distribution.
"This investment means that we can more easily bring in other forms of new technology, such as contactless or cardless transactions, to continue making banking easier for our customers," Hand said.
The agreement also includes the migration of the bank's self-service software platform to NCR APTRA Activate to handle more non-cash, web-based services, as well as the implementation of a five-year maintenance agreement.
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