The ATM business isn’t an ATM

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The notion among certain groups that ATMs are obsolete has been pervasive for many years. However, data suggests that the ATM and its industry are far from their demise.

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ATM Skimming - Modern-Day Bank Robbery [infographic]

What ATM end users need to know about card skimming and their role in preventing it.

In the US, it's a slow road to faster payments

Based on its Faster Payments study, the Fed seems to be driving toward an overhaul of the US payments system, but stakeholders prefer a more incremental approach.

Apple at the ATM: Will Apple Pay change the conversation about contactless cash transactions?

It doesn't seem too over-the-top to assume that the world's favorite smartphone ultimately will gain some foothold in the ATM world, so it's probably a good idea to get a grasp of how the newly announced Apple Pay contactless mobile technology works.

For the self-service branch, the future is now

The continuing recognition of the importance of the branch is reflected by the willingness of financial institutions across the world to invest at record levels in the development of new retail concepts.

Digital payments gain ground as HCE hints at FI involvement

HCE technology has the potential to advance mobile transactions powered by tethered credit or debit card accounts, says Juniper Research and other industry observers.

The Fraudulent Four: The world's worst payment frauds and security failures

The payments industry never stops looking for new techniques and safeguards to stop thieves and fraudsters. Even so, we constantly hear about their exploits worldwide.

Efficiency or responsiveness? How do you balance your ATM cash supply strategy?

Businesses manage their ATM networks by providing cash where and when customers want it. But they must provide this service efficiently if they are to make a profit.

Scaling the EMV mountain

Just how serious is the EMV challenge facing U.S. ISOs?

Why is ATM patent troll ATL selling its stock-in-trade?

Patent troll ATL is offloading 28 of its ATM patents, as well as a couple more that it has pending. Here's the backstory that might explain why.

ATMs can be a drawing card for millennials

Now is the time to use the digital capabilities and accessibility of the ATM to win over millennials disenchanted with the branch experience.

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NEWS


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.

Kinderhook Bank finds transformation inspiration for its newest branch

With help from the Diebold advisory services team and advanced ATM technology, the FI has reinvented the branch experience for its new location in downtown Albany, New York.

Report: Prepaid cards catching on with Canadian FIs

In a nation where the population is largely banked, it's taken the prepaid industry considerable time to cultivate a market for its products, a new study says.

50 states, 51 Bitcoin ATMs

Their numbers are a drop in the bucket compared to traditional cash machines, but Bitcoin ATMs are gaining ground in the United States.

Prepaid card use picks up in August, First Data reports

Vacations and back-to-school purchases spurred year-over-year growth of 6 percent in prepaid card use.

Mercator announces free Viewpoint paper addressing Apple Pay, implications

'A Sleeping Giant Awakes: How Apple Pay Works and What it Means for Payments?' explains Apple Pay and explores what it means for the payments value chain.

EMF to host EMV terminal training workshop for industry groups

The one-day event will provide a comprehensive review of chip technology, as well as focused sessions on development and best practices for implementation.

FIs see mounting ATM fraud following Home Depot data breach

The retailer says that no PIN data was stolen in the breach. However criminals have found other ways to solve the problem of missing PINs.

Most Americans pay little or nothing in ATM, account maintenance fees

Annual ABA survey shows that 'consumers are in control' and have become adept at avoiding bank fees.

Mobile payments must be relevant, useful, study confirms

Young adults are especially interested in wearable mobile technologies that they can use for banking and making payments.

MIT bookstore adds Bitcoin payment option

The move makes The Co-op at MIT the first major university bookstore to accept the digital currency as a payment method.

Study: Prepaid card users highly likely to adopt mobile payments

The greater the number of features -- such as mobile payments -- associated with a card, the greater the likelihood of customer retention.

Annual worldwide smartphone shipments to hit 1.8B by 2018

Emerging markets have accounted for more than 50 percent of annual smartphone shipments since 2011; this year they're expected to make up nearly three-quarters of shipments.

New report examines trends in branch transformation and technology

The free report includes branch planning data collected from more than 150 regional and local FIs across the United States.

Big Apple, Big D get Bitcoin ATMs

Manhattan got its first Bitcoin ATM this week, as did Dallas. But surprisingly, neither of these mega metro areas is the first in its state to stick a pin in a United States Bitcoin ATM locator map.

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What trends will affect the ATM industry over the next one, five or ten years? Find out in this Research Center dedicated to ATM trends and statistics.