A Pew study showed that most consumers are indifferent to the idea, but 64 percent of those in the target market (i.e., the un- and underbanked) favor it.
With EMV liability shifts looming, now is a good time to consider offloading the costs — and headaches — that come with ATM fleet upgrades.
Fırat İşbecer, Monitise SVP of sales and operations, examines some ways banks can build a successful omnichannel strategy and how mobile can influence it.
Don't look for big new ATM trends in 2015; instead, look for the rapid acceleration of emerging technologies and business strategies that made headlines in 2014.
Quality, consistent branding, targeted campaigns, and strategies that fit the times are hallmarks of a successful marketing plan.
The court not only found that the patents asserted were invalid, but also left the door open for companies subject to baseless infringement claims to bring counterclaims for damages.
The ATM Security Association for Enhanced Technology asks members to join a common cause against an underworld of uncommonly determined ATM fraudsters and cyberthieves.
Although the Internet remains consumers' top channel for banking, others — including ATMs and the branch — are regaining ground.
When TEB bank of Turkey introduced transaction prestaging via mobile, it drove customer traffic from the branch to the ATM, reducing the burden on staff and creating a competitive advantage for the FI.
For ATM operators, nailing down the details of EMV implementation starts with asking vendors several important questions.