ATM Marketplace: May Top 5
ATM deployers are looking ahead: In May, the first and second most-read stories were concerned with the future of the industry. The remainder of the Top 5 for May offered information and advice about steps deployers can take in the here-and-now to ensure that the ATM of the future is secure, consumer friendly and profitable.
If you missed any of the Top 5 features for May, you'll find them in the countdown below:
In the criminal world, jackpotting is serious business. Increasingly, the business of ATM security providers is to help FIs and IADs anticipate and defend against jackpotting attacks. Which is what TMD Security did in a free webinar.
In a Citi study, 91 percent of participants cited positive outcomes from mobile banking, including greater awareness of their financial situation; fewer concerns about managing finances; and a better understanding of their bank's services.
Even as migration to Windows 7 was taking place, ATM software experts warned that the OS was sure to be short-lived. As predicted, Microsoft made the official announcement early last year that Windows 7 extended support will end on Jan. 14, 2020.
In North America, the ATM channel is maintaining its central role as a core banking touch point with the consumer. But on the other side of the ocean, some major European companies seem to think the ATM channel is a dying business. So, who is right?
Yogi Berra might have called NCR Q1 "deja vu all over again," as ATM sales continued to sink. But with a new CEO and new chairman of the executive board, the company thinks it has what it needs to complete its evolution into a software-driven, hardware-enabled provider.
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