Repair, Refurb, Trade or Replace Aging ATMs?

The critical points in deciding how to proceed with the older ATMs in your fleet.

Type: White Paper

Sponsor: Triton

Three Reasons to Use ADA Compliance Efforts to Convert ATMs to Wireless Communication

Cutting the communication cord can free ATMs to not only meet requirements but also take advantage of prime traffic locations.

Type: White Paper

Sponsor: OptConnect

How Banks Benefit from Using an ATM Managed Services Provider

ATM managed services provide you with total control and visibility into the cost, status and reliability of your ATM network.

Type: White Paper

Sponsor: Elan Financial Services

The Benefits of Outsourcing ADA Compliance

Using an ATM provider can minimize the potential for lawsuits and save time and money.

Type: White Paper

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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.