Tidel Engineering showed off its Revolution cash management solution for banking and retail. This year’s RD expo marks the first for Tidel Engineering since the sell-off of the ATM business to NCR Corp. in early 2006.
NCR Corp., in its SelfService Horizons room at RD, showed off different applications of Microsoft’s Surface technology for banking and retail.
NCR Corp.’s Surface solution, more of a concept that company officials say will take off within the next three to five years, allows branches to move toward paperless, ’green’ banking centers.
NCR’s SelfService Horizons room shows how mobile, online and in-branch banking channels can converge on the Surface.
This year’s RD expo in Orlando, Fla., attracted a smaller crowd, but a more targeted audience, show exhibitors say.
Attendees stop at the Co-Op Financial Services booth for a look at some of the transaction monitoring services Co-Op is offering its credit-union members for the ATM channel.
Cash management companies, such as Loomis and Pendum, featured prominently at the expo. Many exhibitors say they expect cash-management solutions to garner great attention from FIs next year.
Diebold, always one of the largest exhibitors at RD, showed off mobile banking and automated deposit technology for ATMs and self-service terminals.
During the first full day of the show, Nov. 19, attendees flood the show floor.
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Select-A-Branch showed its multibranding solution for FIs, which allows more than one FI to brand itself to its cardholders on a single ATM.
For Triton Systems of Delaware, the FT7000, a financially geared ATM that offers a modular design for deposit-imaging upgrades, was the highlight during RD.
NCR displayed and demonstrated its e-marketing and sales-appointment-booking solutions, as well as its next-generation management tool, which is shown here. The new tool uses business analytics and runs through Gasper.
NCR gives a technician’s perspective to attendees.
Diebold Inc. explained, step by step, the services it can offer FIs through its outsourced ATM services offering.
From left are Anthony Mero of Financial Resources Federal Credit Union in Bridgewater, N.J., and Greg Steffy, senior director of Diebold’s Integrated Services.