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With three major fleet-wide ATM upgrade initiatives currently in the pipeline — EMV, PCI and Windows 7 — there are simply too many timelines and deadlines to keep track of mentally. And there's only so much room on a laptop screen for …
Plaintiffs from Tennessee and Alabama have filed seven lawsuits against Tennessee financial institutions claiming violations of federally mandated ATM accessibility standards that went into effect on March 15, 2012. According To CUNA News Now, …
Hallo ATM Marketplatz! It has been quite some time since my last blog post, and I apologize for the delay. I've been traveling quite a bit lately to support someexciting global events for ACG. We exhibited at the FSPA conference, and at ATMIA Canada …
Bank of Botetourt, a $320 million FI in Buchanan, Va., will implement the Precision bank account processing platform from financial services technology provider Fiserv Inc. The bank will run a number of Fiserv customer-facing software solutions on …
The ATM Industry Association has announced a new service that will deliver compliance monitoring and regulatory alerts to United States chapter members in all 50 states and Washington, D.C. ATMIA management and members with expertise in compliance …
50 shades of ADAI bank at a regional FI with 400-plus locations, including a nearby branch with a drive-up ATM. Recently, I noticed that the keypad had just one raised dot on the number five key — no Braille instructions elsewhere to tell users how to …
Commentary: Who's really calling the shots on ADA for the ATM industry?A federal judge in Massachusetts last Thursday ruled that Cardtronics had failed to meet a twice-extended deadline relating to a 2007 settlement of an ADA complaint dating back to 2003. As a result of the judge's findings, Cardtronics could be …
Now that EFTA lawsuit filings are a thing of the past, will ADA lawsuit filings take their place? A class action lawsuit filed two weeks ago in Atlanta might offer an indication. According to a report by CUNA News Now, the suit, filed on Feb. 28, …
The ADA requirements deadline for ATMs has long since passed, but many financial institutions have yet to make the upgrades to all of their machines. Some 50 percent of ATMs in the United States remained non-compliant following the deadline, …
Don't junk that ATM!In a follow-up to this commentary from Triton, ATM Marketplace will look at factors that are expected to drive supply and demand for refurbished ATMs in the near future. As regulatory requirements change to make ATMs more accessible (e.g., adding …
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Blind representatives have approached banks and other ATM owners about improving blind users' access to ATMs, relying on the 1992 Americans With Disability Act Accessibility Guidelines ("ADAAG") requirement that ATMs be "accessible to and independently usable by persons with vision impairments."  ADAAG provides the technical requirements for making facilities accessible.  The related regulation, which interprets the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA"), is promulgated by the Department of Justice and dictates which facilities must be accessible.

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