The ATM Industry Association, founded in 1997, is a global non-profit trade association with just under 5,000 members in 65 countries. The membership base covers the full range of this worldwide industry comprising over 2.2 million installed ATMs.
ATMIA has chapters around the world in the United States, Canada, Europe, Latin America, Asia-Pacific, Asia, Africa, India and the Middle East.
ATMIA’s Mission Statement & Profile
As an independent, non-profit trade association, engaged in non-competitive promotion of our industry, 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.
- Creativity- Seeking solutions and innovations
- Quality- Commitment to standards and professionalism
- Technology-driven - Focusing on ATM technological developments
- Integrity- Excellence in business ethics
- Humanity- Building relationships with peers, members and customers
The association has an ATMIA Consulting and Training practice, best practices and information on electronic banking channels other than the ATM. The association has set up a range of industry committees to deal with Government Relations and regulatory monitoring, ATM security, best practices and ATM deployer issues.
ATMIA’s website creates a one-stop resource for member information with security best practices, industry white papers, articles, research findings, ATM business efficiency best practices, compliance material, Corporate Governance best practices, Glossary of ATM Terms, a Directory of ATM Services, online ATM Risk Assessment system, certified ATM Operators training, industry calendar and more.
ATMIA hasthree key levels of membership levels to fit your company needs. If you are a member we thank you for your support and if you not we encourage you to Join Today! Visit our Membership Composition page to find up to date statistics on ATMIA's global membership.
ATMIA's CEO, Michael Lee shares his thoughts ~ "In any member organization, it is important that the perceived value of membership should exceed the perception of its cost. ATMIA continues to add value to our membership packages while keeping its prices as moderate as possible, since we take our status as a non-profit member association serving the industry to promote and protect it as best we can. We welcome any suggestions for improvement and value member feedback greatly.
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