ATMs and other self-service devices are changing the face of banking. In the seventh edition of the annual survey, learn what the industry thinks about current trends and future expectations of ATM software.
In this guide, sponsored by KAL ATM Software, learn how advances in technology, economic turmoil, demographic changes and regulatory uncertainty have changed the financial landscape for ATM manufacturers and deployers.
Virtually all adults in the United States now carry a mobile phone with them wherever they go. Financial institutions are increasingly eyeing those phone as an additional channel to meet the changing needs of their customers.
Self-service financial technology is spreading across Latin America, especially as the middle class grows. For banks to offer advanced functionality in their ATMs, a multivendor software solution can help. Multivendor software solutions offer scalability, security and remote management.
By using a content-management solution provided by its ATM processor, Mountain America Credit Union was able to self-manage and control ATM content without the headache of managing a complex content-management system in-house.
UniCredit Bank is present in all regions of Ukraine and owns ATM fleet presented by different vendors: Wincor Nixdorf, NCR and Diebold. The efficiency of ATM network operation has always been a priority for us. In 2012, the solution has been found.
It is difficult to imagine a modern man who never uses banking services, in particular, payment cards. They are indeed more secure and practical comparing with cash money. Especially, if consider an enormous number of ATMs, kiosks and POS terminals installed by financial institutions.
Changes in the financial world are slow to occur. Economic uncertainty and new technology can accelerate change, but when it comes to the interaction between a bank and its customers, one thing is constant - the ATM remains the bank’s key transaction delivery channel.
Today, more than 90 percent of the worlds ATMs still run Microsoft XP, and its been widely reported that less than 15 percent of ATMs will be upgraded to Windows 7 before the XP support cutoff date of April 8, 2014.
Simfonie is a proven, market leading product which enables a mobile phone to operate as a fully-mobile payment device supporting mobile payments and banking from a single platform anytime, anywhere all with bank-level security.
TecBan is the largest processor of off-premises ATMs in Brazil, serving some 40 banks in the country. Its network of ATMs is still rapidly growing so it required a test solution that could better service the increase in demand that the network was experiencing.
Whether you are integrating a new payment network, entering a rigorous certification process, or keeping up with bi-annual regulatory mandates, Clear2Pays Payment Network Test Solutions will help streamline the process and make it more efficient.
A large proportion of the ATMs deployed around the world successfully use Windows XP at the base of the software stack, so Microsofts decision to stop supporting Windows XP has created major upheaval in an otherwise stable environment.
Microsoft plans to end support of Windows XP on April 8, 2014. After this date, the software company will no longer provide security updates and patches for Windows XP, creating an uncertain environment for ATM security.
TotalCare offers enhanced, customer-specific testing and software migration services that go beyond the scope of the standard quality assurance testing and software release methods of our standard CARE installation plan.
The new thin client frontend system provides an entirely new look-and-feel for users who access SWITCHWARE® and EZswitch® to perform transaction research and system monitoring tasks. New G4 clients will, also, take advantage of the latest technology for single sign-on support using LDAP or Active Directory.
EZswitch® 2012 is a middleware solution that provides online interfacing between a core banking system and network connections. It provides an online authorization channel for ATM and debit issuer transactions. The system may operate in a virtualized (VMware) environment.
Microsoft will end support for the Windows XP Professional systems on April 8, 2014, and will no longer provide security-related patches after that time. This measure will unintentionally expose the majority of operators of self-service terminals worldwide to an adverse risk through potential vulnerability and compliance problems.