Cleanly designed and feature-rich, the Nautilus Hyosung Monimax 7700 stood out last week at ATMIA US 2013 as one of the promising multi-function ATMs that will help define and enable the branch of the future.
Chase Bank certainly sees it that way. On April 1 of last year, the giant American FI placed its first order for the Monimax 7700QT, New Branch Solution.
For 34-year-old South Korea-based Nautilus Hyosung, the order represented a solid foot in the door at one of the world's largest banks in one of the world's most advanced banking markets.
The 7700 seems a natural choice for a large or technologically progressive bank, given its world-first 22-inch TFT, award-winning graphical user interface with intuitive and scaled transaction prompts, mixed-media single-throat deposit technology, and pioneering high-speed cash dispensing and multi-denomination capability.
"At Nautilus Hyosung, we constantly challenge ourselves to provide innovative and next-generation solutions that address customer needs both now and in the future," said a Nautilus Hyosung America executive last fall. "The Monimax 7700 model ATM truly demonstrates our ongoing investment in providing enhancements in self-service delivery for financial institutions."
An ATM Marketplace photo gallery from last week's ATMIA US 2013 conference highlights several of the features that make the Monimax 7700 a machine that paves the way to the future of multi-function, self-service ATMs and financial kiosks.
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