The ability to securely download apps to a consumer's smart card has been demonstrated. But why is this important to a market that is already moving toward mobile payment?
Mobile has changed the average ATM user’s needs, preferences and expectations, and these behaviors can mean new opportunities for ATM providers.
The second annual ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit in September will feature experts with exceptional depth of knowledge in areas of innovation, security, compliance and regulation.
The two-day event aims to cut through the hype around mobile technology and help brands understand how to use the channel to boost customer engagement and loyalty.
The company's mobile wallet, which combines telecom and payment services, is crossing over to the ATM market to provide card-free cash access at PayToo-enabled Genmega ATMs.
Total cash volume in POS transactions fell 10 percent from 2012 to 2013, while mobile and prepaid card payments surged. A sign of things to come?
How could the dinosaur that is ATM technology possibly survive — much less thrive — in a country full of tech-obsessed millenials? Convenience.
The regulatory agency seeks to understand the impact of emerging technologies on the un- and underbanked.
Mobile banking apps will (or should) eventually evolve into mobile wallets. These five are poised to do so successfully.
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Cardless cash access offers new utility to accounts previously not accessible to cardholders.
CaixaBank, Spain's largest ATM network operator, intends to start installation of its new generation ATMs this year; the process will take 10 years to complete.
The smartphone camera is the perfect conduit for mobile banking innovation as accountholders embrace the idea of conducting financial business via pictures, the company says.
Global Payout will purchase 100 percent of Maxie Mobile, a company that enables payments and ATM withdrawals from a prepaid mobile account.
Shawn Henry, now the president of tech security firm CrowdStrike, will discuss the grim realities of today's hacking environment; his team of security experts will follow up with a live demonstration.
A monthly poll finds that 68 percent of banks are upping the budget for the mobile channel and 28 percent are striving to offer customers an omnichannel experience.
Mobile Payments Today has released its latest survey for the upcoming 2015 Mobile Payments State of the Industry Report, which will be available for purchase in September.
Survey participants have a chance to win an iPad mini for completing the questionnaire as one person will be randomly selected for the contest.
CU Mobile Apps will add a real-time EFT feature developed by CU24 that eliminates the wait time for P2P funds transfers.
Google's release of the developer preview for Android L has some speculating about its uses for ATMs and self-service kiosks.
According to the 2014 U.S. Independent ATM Deployer Survey, nearly 35 percent of ATM deployers are working on a strategy to implement contactless ATM transactions.
The concept is now being tested in a 90-day pilot, after which the partners are prepared to roll out a nationwide deployment of several thousand machines.
FedChoice FCU, a federal employees credit union serving nearly 25,000 members, has implemented QwikDeposit ToGo from Bluepoint Solutions for mobile remote deposit capture.
The Visa-branded account offers an array of largely free electronic services — bill pay, e-statements, person-to-person money transfers and 70,000 surcharge-free ATMs. And no checkbook.
Massive data breaches have raised questions about how to better protect consumers' personal and payment data. This will be the focus of a general session at the second annual ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit in September.
Mobile wallet provider Isis today announced it will rebrand its product to avoid any kind of mistaken association with the extremist militant group ISIS, or the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. Isis said in an email to news...
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ATM Marketplace is seeking participants from the banking industry to participate in an online survey on the subject of mobile/ATM Integration. The survey is currently open and all individuals representing financial institutions are welcome to participate.
Survey results will be compiled and analyzed in the 2014 Mobile-ATM Integration Guide.