NCR's Mobile Cash Withdrawal video

 
July 22, 2012
NCR has developed software that lets bank customers set up a cash withdrawal using their mobile device — then complete the transaction at the ATM by scanning a 2-D QR code with the phone. No card, no PIN — and voilà — cash in under 10 seconds. And no receipt either. An e-receipt for the transaction is sent automatically to the customer's email address. In this video, Mark Critchett, marketing director for payments and converged channel solutions at NCR, demonstrates the Mobile Cash Withdrawal process from start to finish.

Topics: Mobile Payments

Companies: NCR Financial Solutions


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