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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Where are you on EMV migration? ATMIA wants to know

The ATM EMV Readiness Survey closes at 8 p.m. Friday; input from industry members (i.e., you) will help the organization determine how best to support operators' needs and interests.

5th annual survey asks US IADs to air their concerns

The 5th annual study seeks to identify and address US IADs' most pressing concerns in the areas of government legislation, regulatory compliance and competitive challenges.

Bitcoin ATM maker partners with AML solutions provider to ensure compliance

The companies will integrate the IdentityMind international compliance platform for virtual currencies into Lamassu bitcoin ATMs.

New guide defines best practices in branch transformation

The guide offers recommendations designed to help banks around the globe 'optimize their transformational strategies.'

ATMIA calls all US ATM operators to take EMV readiness survey

ATMIA seeks input from all operators — including FIs and IADs of all sizes — regardless of membership. Findings will be released industry-wide in December.

AMIS highlights: 'This year's conference was also terrific'

A video journal of highlights and attendee comments from the second annual ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit in Washington, D.C.

Call for entries: Cash Always Works video

Tell the ATM Industry Association your true story about a time when cash came to the rescue.

Has cash ever saved the day for you? Tell your story

The ATM Industry Association is collecting real-life stories to use in the production of its upcoming 'Cash Always Works' video. Share yours by Dec. 15.

New report examines emerging payments in Africa

With new technologies, a growing middle class, government initiatives, and many drivers towards greater inclusion, Africa’s payment systems are changing rapidly.

The ATM industry: Bound for ... where?

Industry experts fielded questions at PayThink 2014 in a session dedicated to sussing out the future of the ATM.

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.

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