The 'Great Debate' about cash

At the ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit next week, panelists will argue for and against the death of money; the state of cash in the U.K. today offers talking points for both sides.

The chicken, the egg and the chip card

Card issuers and merchants have engaged in a two-year standoff over who should be first with EMV. But a month from now, it'll be a moot point.

Facilitated Rural Branches: An ATM-centric idea rural India can bank on

In rural villages where the nearest ATM might be a 15-minute bus ride away and branch setup is not viable, FRBs can be a cost-effective alternative.

Befuddled and confused about EMV

Those needing to update their infrastructure to support EMV might be befuddled and confused by chip and signature, but wrongdoers have it all figured out.

UK business rates: An unfair tax on ATMs and cash

ATMs are the latest victim in the rush to levy more taxes in the UK; the result could be machines removed and communities deprived of convenient access to cash.

7 mobile wallets that are shaking things up in payments

There are umpteen mobile wallets in the marketplace angling for customer loyalty (and marketing data). Here are seven contenders to keep an eye on.

Biometrics: The key to secure, convenient ATM transactions

There are no longer valid technical reasons why we should continue to expose ourselves to crime through the use of dated security systems and practices.

Banks struggle to capitalize on mobile customers

Mobile banking is on the rise, but financial institutions have yet to figure out how to connect with consumers on a smaller screen.

Preview: 2015 ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit

Technology offers new ways for consumers to hold, control and spend their money. This summit promises to help execs get their arms around the former and meet the expectations of the latter.

The future of the ATM

There are lessons to be learned from countries and markets that are ahead of the United States in ATM development.

Cardless ATM access at the tipping point

Three-and-a-half years after its introduction, it looks as though mobile cash access at ATMs might finally be 'off and running.'

Scary times ahead, indeed!

What is particularly scary is the sheer number and value of transactions being processed today.

The PIN is passé; biometric is BIG

It's not just about mobile payments — ATM transactions and POS payments rely on the PIN, but could easily adapt to biometric authentication.

Can anything stop Cardtronics?

The ATM operator surged ahead in Q2 with lots of good news about earnings — and one piece of really bad news from 7-Eleven.

Bridging the 'transformation gap' with video teller [infographic]

Traditional and digital banking customers want different things from a branch; a VTM allows an FI to serve both in a single, cost-effective environment.

'Diebold 2.0' shifts into phase II

In turnaround terms, Diebold has spent the last two years crawling. Now the company is ready to walk and, eventually, run.

NCR Q2 earnings buffeted by winds of exchange

In a Q2 earnings call, company executives talked at length about adverse FX and a shift to higher margin services — and as little as possible about a rumored buyout.

Money mules a stubborn problem for ATM operators

Money mules are the "last mile" to launder funds gained from illegal activity — and ATMs are often their first stop.

Breaking the ice: The US meets cash recycling ATMs (finally)

With the launch of what they believe to be the nation's first cash recycler in New York City, Elan and Hyosung say the US market is warming up at last to the cost-saving device.

ATMs, electronic benefits ... and the long arm of the law

State legislatures are imposing increasingly restrictive rules on welfare recipients — and are expecting ATM operators to police them.

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