ANZ, CR2 partner to intro UnionPay acceptance at ATM, POS

Phase one of the project went live last month, making ANZ the first bank in the Southern Hemisphere to accept contactless and EMV-enabled UnionPay cards.

Myanmar FI pursues omnichannel strategy with CR2

AYA bank and CR2 have implemented an omnichannel solution that enables service delivery and client interaction across all electronic channels from a single point.

CR2 BankWorld to manage ATM, mobile channels for Botswana Savings Bank

Following a merger with Botswana Post, BSB plans to implement BankWorld ATM and Mobile banking solutions across the expanded system.

Diamond Bank reports growth with multichannel platform

CR2 and Diamond Bank have reported the bank's successful growth using the BankWorld multichannel platform. Diamond Bank deployed CR2's BankWorld multichannel platform across ATM, Internet and mobile banking channels, including innovative banking services in Nigeria, the companies said in a...

Software platform helps Tanzanian bank branch out into Burundi

CRDB Bank Plc., a major bank in Tanzania, has migrated to the CR2 BankWorld Platform at its subsidiary, CRDB Burundi, in a move that the FI hopes will augment self-service banking for customers across Burundi and enable the bank's further...

CR2 appoints Juan Cejudo as Senior Vice President (Press Release)

Dublin, Ireland, 6 November 2013 - CR2, a leading provider of multichannel banking software, today announced the appointment of Juan Cejudo as Senior Vice President. He will lead CR2’s ongoing sales activities in the Middle East and Africa while also...

Zemen Bank goes live with CR2 BankWorld ATM

Zemen Bank, the first multi-channel bank in Ethiopia, and CR2, a global provider of self-service banking solutions, have announced that Zemen bank has gone live with CR2's BankWorld ATM. According to a press release, Zemen Bank is committed to leading...

The demise of OS/2 and the introduction of Windows XP-based ATMs herald a new beginning

ATMs are now capable of delivering more value than before. Most vendors have adjusted to the introduction of Windows-based ATMs by porting their applications to XP. In other words they “survive” on Windows rather than exploiting the power of XP within the ATM.

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