Banco de Chile taps Wincor Nixdorf for 500 extra-secure ATMs

The new units comply with a government mandate that calls for the replacement of every ATM in Chile with a more physically secure device by 2018.


ATMs lose their charm in Chile

The current ATM availability crisis and exchange of public blows highlight the essential nature of ATMs in today's payment ecosystem.

How does Brazil score in financial services?

With more ATMs (118:100K) and plastic than anyone else on the continent, Brazil is a clear winner. But how does it rate internationally?

To a needy mother, a fingerprint’s as good as a PIN

I have just attended the latest user event put on jointly by the NonStop user community and HP. Among the participants were many from the financial services marketplace, as NonStop continues to underpin many of the world's biggest ATM networks....

Itautec debuts touchless 3-D ATM, cash recycling model at CIAB Febraban

The company plans to bring several of its ATM models to the U.S. market later this year.

Installed ATM base is expected to reach 3.1 million units by 2015

As deployment of ATMs continues to grow, the machines are expected to do more than dispense cash.

Itautec seizes opportunity to serve U.S. credit unions, community banks

Itautec faces a difficult challenge breaking into the community bank and credit union markets, says an analyst.

Cardtronics reports strong fourth quarter and yearend results

Cardtronics' gross profit per machine was $425 in 2010's fourth quarter.

Another BRIC in the Wall of Cash

The combined economic output of Brazil, China, India and Russia could eclipse the total output of the current richest countries of the world.

MasterCard courts credit unions with surcharge-free ATM network

MasterCard's agreement with MoneyPass means that it is expanding into the credit union and community bank markets.

TIO offers cross-border bill payment

Kiosks allow U.S. residents to pay utility bills for relatives living in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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Wincor wins ATM contract with Colombia's largest bank

The company says it will provide 800 new ProCash 280 ATMs and assume responsibility for maintenance and management of the FI's entire system.

ATMIA, ATEFI to collaborate in Latin American ATM market

The agreement is intended to advance collaboration and synergy between the associations, strengthening the industry in the region.

Diebold merges Brazil, Latin America operations

The realignment, which takes effect immediately, will result in improved efficiency and customer service, the company says.

ATMIA announces inaugural Latin America conference and expo

Themed "The Future of ATMs in Latin America," the event will explore ways to better secure, operate and enhance the ATM channel in the region.

Scotiabank Mexico adds DCC to 1,500-ATM network

International MasterCard cardholders can now instantly view, select and manage the conversion to their home currency of Mexican peso amounts dispensed at Scotiabank Mexico ATMs.

Ecuadorian FI extends service to unbanked with cash-recycling ATMs

The technology will allow Banco del Pacifico to expand into underbanked regions by reducing the frequency and cost of cash replenishment visits.

Why isn't Argentina's ATM count growing faster?

A new report indicates that small-denomination banknotes might be making a big dent in the lifespan of the nation's ATMs.

Brazilian ATM network operator teams with Diebold to serve the underbanked

The extended uptime of cash recycling ATMs allows the Saque e Pague network to deploy terminals in remote areas that previously were uneconomical to service.

Colombia's largest ATM network switches to remote key loading

The solution eliminates the time and expense of manual key-loading at the ATM with a two-person team.

Brazilian banks to improve availability of off-us ATMs

The new agreement among Brazilian FIs will improve ATM access for travelers attending the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janiero.

Brazil's Bradesco piloting technology give customers immediate access to deposited cash

Bradesco, one of the largest financial institutions in Brazil, will begin piloting new technology from NCR Corp. that allows immediate accountholder credit for cash deposits made at the ATM. The new technology will eliminate the use of envelopes for cash...

Ecuador's largest bank gives cash recycling a try

Banco Pichincha, Ecuador's largest financial institution, is testing cash-recycling technology in a pilot effort with GRGBanking. The project represents GRG's first foray into the Ecuadoran market. A news release from GRG said that the manufacturer's H68N cash recycler series has...

Banco de Credito del Peru, Diebold will install 1,000 ATMs to better serve Peru's unbanked

In an effort to reach the three-quarters of Peruvian adults who are currently unbanked, the country's principal FI is embarking on an ambitious plan to install more than 1,000 new ATMs.

Banco do Brasil intros an ATM access solution for international travelers

Barely more than a week away from the start of 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, Banco do Brasil Americas and payment processor i2c Inc. have launched a multi-currency prepaid MasterCard. According to a news release from Silicon Valley-based i2c press...

Study examines e-payments outlook in South America

In 2013, approximately 170 million un- or underbanked adults lived in South America, providing ample incentive for banks there to support financial inclusion and the growth of electronic payments, according to Mercator Advisory Group. But increasing the number of consumer...

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