Hyosung changes the conversation about branch transformation

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This week, Hyosung introduced its new assisted self-service solution for outside-the-branch transformation — the video teller-enabled MX7800i.

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Apple Pay: A short-term plan for 500 banks?

Costs associated with the Apple partnership might accelerate financial institutions' plans to release their own mobile wallets — perhaps even with some help from merchants.

Will EMV lead to more contactless ATMs?

Some forward-looking independent ATM deployers have begun to develop strategies for implementing contactless ATM transactions.

The long and 'cash-is-required' road …

The question remains, with Apple Pay fully implemented and consumers and merchants all engaged, will our need for cash be affected?

2014 ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit: M&A in the ATM Industry

Tremont Capital Group CEO Sam Ditzion discusses M&A trends in the ATM industry at the 2014 ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit in Washington, D.C.

Big fish, little fish: M&A in the ATM industry

With costs racking up for ADA regs, Windows 7 migration, the shift to EMV and more, an increasing number of IADs are looking to merge or divest their ATM business.

Why the ATM Industry should embrace Apple Pay

The potential for interaction between the ATM and the device consumers see as key to their lifestyle — the smartphone — could increase the perceived value of the ATM in their banking routine.

The ATM business isn’t an ATM

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.

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.

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Study: The divergent paths of digital currency regulation

Authorities globally have taken a wide variety of positions on the regulation of digital currency, making it hard for payment industry players to provide technology that will support digital currency transactions.

NCR preps investors for disappointing Q3 results, lowers full-year 2014 guidance

Financial services remain a bright spot, but worsening market conditions in retail have prompted the company to dial back its earnings forecast.

Study: In Europe, low-value cash payments migrating to cards

From 2010 to 2012, the number of card payments in western Europe grew by 15 percent, while in central and eastern Europe, they increased by 82 percent.

Half of US POS terminals will be chip-enabled by end of 2015

Massive data breaches in the past year seem to have prodded retailers to take action to curb their potential exposure to losses from fraud.

Nearly 40 percent of US mobile banking users worry about identity theft

Not surprisingly, older users of mobile banking apps are more fearful than younger users about having their mobile banking data hacked.

For Europe's ATM deployers, innovation trumps expansion

The European installed ATM base shrank considerably in 2013, but saw a significant rise in the number of units boasting cash-recycling functionality.

Not bound by tradition, Generations Bank embraces branch transformation

The 144-year-old bank has opened its first 'tellerless' branch featuring full-service virtual banking and on-site specialists who help customers with more complex financial needs.

Prepaid cards rule in September spending; checks see rare increase

Total dollar volume was up year-over-year, but month-to-month growth slowed slightly as consumers took a breather between back-to-school and Halloween spending.

Global card payment volume tops 200B in 2013

A new study by RBR has found that the number of payments made by card worldwide grew 13 percent between 2012 and 2013.

Study: Prepaid travel card outlook and opportunities

A new report examines the methods and distribution channels used by issuers to get their products into the hands of consumers in this growing market.

New industry report examines consumer habits, preferences in mobile banking, payments

The survey-based report documents ways in which mobile users in the US, UK, India and Brazil are incorporating mobile banking and payments into day-to-day life.

Study reveals FIs' top priorities for the ATM channel

A new study by Cummins Allison finds that 58 percent of financial institutions are approaching expansion or replacement of their ATM fleet with two goals firmly in mind.

Payments report predicts continued rise of noncash transactions

The rapid pace of growth and increasing regulatory pressure are key drivers in the transformation of payments processing, an RBS-Capgemini study concludes.

New info emerges in JPMorgan Chase data breach

To crack the accountholder database, hackers cross-referenced a list of programs running on the FI's computers with a record of their known vulnerabilities.

GRG Global Customer Exchange examines the future of banking

The annual event offered a platform for the discussion of the issues, trends and technologies now influencing the provision of financial services.

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