No one could resist the sunrise in Miami. It was a must-see for ATMIA Conference East attendees Feb. 14-16.
... the sunrise.
om Harper, ATMmarketplace publisher and president of NetWorld Alliance -- the site’s parent company, was elected to his second consecutive term as ATMIA’s president.
A view of the ocean from the 17th floor of The Fontainebleau Hotel was a must-see.
Keni Thomas delivered the conference’s opening address. The movie "Blackhawk Down" was based on Thomas’ combat experiences.
And who could resist checking out the yacht show going on at the same time in Miami, just across the street?
Shelly Chandler, vice president of self-service banking for PNC Bank, delivered a presentation about how financial institutions are dealing with transitioning their ATM networks from legacy systems to Windows-based platforms.
Lexa Smith of First Data and a customer visited during the exhibit hall’s opening night.
The First Data exhibit booth was well visited.
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Shown left is Mischa Weisz (left), president and CEO TNS Smart Network Inc.
Dean Scaros, right, president and CEO of Pay-Ease Inc., showed off the Pay-Ease V Series, a multi-functional bill-payment kiosk.
First Data Debit Services was one of the conference exhibitors.
Attendees from ESP demonstrated how their anti-surge device protects ATMs and their transactions.
Attendees at the Innobeta booth were caught testing out their equipment.
InnoBeta’s eye-catching displays attracted many attendees during the exhibit hall reception.
An InnoBeta rep checked out the ATM.
Dean Scaros of Pay-Ease shows off the Pay-Ease V Series.
... at the InnoBeta booth.
TMD Security, a Danish company, showed off its anti-skimming device, which is completely hidden within, rather than on, the ATM.
Dana Benson, director of conferences for ATMIA Conferences, took a little time off to play a few games at GameWorks.
Mike Honkomp, director of new market development for Electronic Systems Protection -- an ATMIA conference newcomer, showed his booth’s visitors how quickly an ATM can be taken down by an electrical surge.
Representatives from MoneyPass had plenty of information and goodies to pass out during the conference, ensuring that their booth was well visited.
Shown left is Tom Stevenson (middle) at the Cash Connect booth.
Steve Hensley, left, and Paul Dunphy of ATM Exchange smiled for the camera from their exhibit hall booth.
Shown left are Tommy Glenn of NetBank Payment Systems, left, and Steve Polk of Triton.
Shown left is a Bancard Systems ATM.
This attendee couldn’t wait to have his picture taken at the Bancard booth.
Gloria Grand of Palm Desert National Bank, right, and a representative of Info Touch Technologies looked over one of their own ATMs.
Mike Lee, ATMIA CEO, smiled for the camera during the opening reception Feb. 14.
Shown left are Mike Hudson, left, and Mark Levenick of Tidel Engineering.
Tidel’s Mark Levenick spoke with an attendee at Tidel’s booth.
Dan Sparks of La Gard was proud to stand by his booth’s through-the-wall ATM display.
Games, games everywhere ...
Everybody was having fun at Miami’s GameWorks the last night of the conference, Feb. 15.
Well, it’s not illegal to break the speed limit here.
We had to give a you a shot of the marina, where the yacht show was taking place.
Here’s one, up close and personal.
We hope they’re not heading out for a "three hours’ tour."