ATMIA is an international nonprofit trade association founded 1997 for the ATM industry, with over 1,300 members in 50 countries, with chapters in Africa, Asia, Europe, Eastern Europe, USA, Canada, Asia Pacific and Latin America. As an independent, non-profit trade association, our mission is: to promote ATM convenience, growth and usage worldwide; to protect the ATM industry's assets, interests, good name and public trust; and to provide education, best practices, political voice and networking opportunities for member organizations.
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Jackpotting makes its way to Western Europe's ATMs

Though malware attacks constitute a minority of ATM crimes in Europe, the stealth, speed, criminal finesse — and cash — involved make them particularly worrisome to deployers.

ATMIA honors Steven Kark for accomplishments in S African ATM market

The Exceptional Achievement Award was bestowed at this week's ATMIA Africa conference and expo in Cape Town, South Africa.

Guest blog: Unlock the benefits of ATMIA membership

Many industry members don't know about all of the perks that come with ATMIA membership. Here are seven that you might not be aware of.

New manual presents international best practices for ATM cash replenishment

The manual, produced by ATMIA in association with the European Payments Council, offers a comprehensive overview of the ATM cash replenishment process.

ATMIA makes a case for changing Reg II routing rules

The association contends that competition between payment networks is eroding due to the unintended consequences of the Durbin Amendment.

ATMs, mobile and Bitcoin converged

Where are we going with the convergence of virtual currency, ATMs and mobile payments? A session at this year's ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit considered the question.

New guide caters to restaurateurs, retailers looking to boost income with ATMs

'How to Profit from ATMs: A Guide for Retailers and Restaurateurs' delivers 40 pages packed with essential information about the business of owning, operating and earning revenue from ATMs.

Improving the ATM user experience in an increasingly mobile world

Given the expected growth of mobile-initiated ATM services, the future of innovation lies in better connections between ATMs and consumer-owned devices.

Registration open for Middle East ATMs 2014

Reduced rates are available to delegates who take advantage of early bird registration. Discounted rates are also available for banks, first-time attendees and ATMIA members.

Oregon to allow payment of insurance claims via ATM card

The rule requires that the recipient be able to make an initial withdrawal of the entire amount due without delay or cost.

ATMIA publishes global position paper on Bitcoin ATMs

The paper maintains that regulators might see Bitcoin in a more positive light if it were to align itself with an established global industry organization such as ATMIA.

EMV Migration Forum publishes implementation guide for ATM industry members

'Implementing EMV at the ATM,' a free white paper from the EMF, serves as a comprehensive educational resource for deployers making the move to chip and PIN-enabled transactions.

IADs must improvise to survive: How DCC can help boost revenues

Shrinking interchange, increased competition and growing operational expenses have taken a toll on ATM profitability. But advances in technology can help IADs claw back some of those losses.

Out in the cold: The ATM industry wants routing choice, too

ATM industry representatives recently made their case to the Fed for inclusion in Reg II, the Durbin Amendment rule that gives merchants a choice of competing payment networks.

Should the ATM industry stay with Microsoft OS? Take the survey

A short survey asks whether the industry should migrate ATMs to a new Microsoft OS in 2020 ... or find a better alternative.

New publication sets out recommendations for ATM user interface

ATMIA aims to establish global guidelines that will help deployers maximize modern UI capabilities.

Summit to take a deep dive into the future of ATM and mobile technologies

The second annual ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit in September will feature experts with exceptional depth of knowledge in areas of innovation, security, compliance and regulation.

Former FBI executive assistant director to deliver keynote at ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit

Shawn Henry, now the president of tech security firm CrowdStrike, will discuss the grim realities of today's hacking environment; his team of security experts will follow up with a live demonstration.

California bill would educate EBT clients about approved uses, fees for payment cards

As proposed, the legislation doesn't seek to limit or abolish surcharges. The concern is that, if enacted, it might later be leveraged to introduce restrictions.

Gov't regulators should question motives of those who seek to eradicate cash

A newly published position paper by ATMIA highlights the value of cash as a 'publicly minted trust.'

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