Tom Swidarski, the president and CEO of Diebold Inc., was one of ATM, Debit & Prepaid Forum’s keynote speakers. At the Diebold booth, he met with some of Diebold’s customers. Here Swidarski is shown talking with James Walker of PNC
Show organizers estimated that forum’s number of attendees and exhibitors was up from previous years. The forum’s number of exhibitors increased betweeen 26 percent and 30 percent from last year.
Mobile solutions were a highlight at the forum, and many solutions providers touted their new mobile-banking offerings. Diebold offered a demo of its new mobile solution via a downloadable application for Blackberry.
Terrie Ipson, center, is the marketing manager of ATM security for Diebold. During the forum, she spoke with attendees about Diebold’s new ValiTech ATM-access control technology, which includes two-factor authentication.
Attendees and exhbitors used exhibit floor time to network.
Liz Nutting, center, focuses on the prepaid cards business for PDNB Electronic Banking Solutions, a division of Palm Desert National Bank.
NCR highlighted automated deposits via the Aptra Deposit Gateway on the company’s SelfServ ATM line.
Ray Fendley, territory sales manager for NCR, speaks with an attendee about the Aptra Deposit Gateway, which ultimately is SaaS.
Jeff Dennes’s presentation on USAA’s mobile-banking services left standing room only. Dennes is the executive director of mobile and money movement for USAA.
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Nautilus Hyosung’s 5300XP is equipped to dispensed customized prepaid cards. The technology was unveiled during the company’s user conference this summer, but was shown for the first time to the general public last week.
Better ATM Services, which is working with Diebold, Triton and Wincor Nixdorf, to enable prepaid card dispensing at ATMs.
Better ATM CEO Todd Nuttall, right, explains the company’s card-dispensing technology.
Better ATM recently signed a deal with Visa for use of the Visa logo on the prepaid cards it dispenses.
Better ATM’s card-dispensing technology is built around an ATM’s cash dispenser, so the the cards are printed out in plastic sheets that fit the cash tray.
From left are Carolyn Callahan, Justin Upton and Ben Bregman of the Allpoint surcharge-free ATM network, which is now owned by Cardtronics Inc.
From left are Sean Burke of Access to Money, formerly TRM Corp., and Wayne Vandekraak of Solvport.
From left are Mike Urban, senior director of fraud solutions for FICO (formerly Fair Isaac Corp.), and Terrie Ipson of Diebold.
Diebold wrapped up the forum with a security presentaion from Peter Tippett, vice president of technology and innovation for Verizon Business.