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91 percent of US ATMs are EMV-enabled, payments forum reports

The U.S. Payments Forum has released its spring 2018 market snapshot, providing updates on the status of the U.S.

Independent deployers' big opportunity lies in bank ATM outsourcing, study finds

The ATM Industry Association and Tremont Capital Group, a consulting firm specializing in the ATM industry, have completed their analysis of independently operated ATMs in the Americas.   The proprietary analysis, led by Tremont Capital Group CEO Sam M.

ATMIA advocates for ATM industry interests during DC 'fly-in'

The ATM Industry Association held a two-day "fly-in" event last week in Washington, D.C. for eight meetings with lawmakers and staff representing members of the House Financial Services Committee and Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs. The delegation...

Nearly all US ATMs now EMV-capable, study finds

The vast majority (91 percent) of U.S. ATMs are now EMV-capable, and fully 86 percent accept chip-on-chip transactions, according to new research from the ATM Industry Association. This represents significant improvement from an estimated 19 percent at the beginning of...

How 125 ATM industry players plan to make Windows 10 your last Microsoft upgrade

How 125 ATM industry players plan to make Windows 10 your last Microsoft upgrade

Key players in the ATM industry have set aside their competitive differences to collaborate on a future-proof, app-based standard that will end the constant cycle of Microsoft upgrade deadlines and give deployers virtually unlimited ability to customize their ATM networks.

ATMIA paper advises members on jackpotting mitigation

The ATM Industry Association has published a paper meant to help association members defend their ATMs against jackpotting. "These kinds of attacks, however sophisticated, are not insurmountable problems for our industry," ATMIA CEO Mike Lee said in a press release....

ATM Marketplace: February Top 5

ATM Marketplace: February Top 5

Diebold Nixdorf and NCR Corp. held earnings calls in February, but there wasn't much to love in the companies' revenue reports. Those were our top two stories last month; readers also liked our coverage of an ATMIA conference workshop on ATM physical attacks.

ATMIA intros industry research portal

The ATM Industry Association has launched an industry research portal to help members find free and reasonably priced research reports recommended by the association. The site includes "a comprehensive list of recommended research sources" to guide members to industry-relevant data...

New ATMIA research partnership comes with member discount perk

The ATM Industry Association has formed a research partnership with Plus One Minus One, a software analytics group. As a result of this partnership, ATMIA industry members will receive a 10 percent discount on P1M1 research reports, including the group's...

ATMIA announces new executive committee members, national committee co-chairs

In a board meeting concurrent with its U.S. conference Feb.

Town Hall touches on ATM industry pain points, future plans

Town Hall touches on ATM industry pain points, future plans

The "town hall" meeting has become a highlight of the annual ATMIA US Conference, encapsulating industry-wide happenings in a tidy 60-minute package. As usual, this year's session covered a lot of ground. Here's the recap.

The costly crisis of ATM physical attacks: Understanding the problem

The costly crisis of ATM physical attacks: Understanding the problem

At a morning workshop during the ATMIA conference, the audience heard unsettling statistics and anecdotes about the rising number of ATM physical attacks in the U.S. They also heard about new and existing solutions that can help them avoid becoming another statistic or anecdote.

EMV migration survey open to all US ATM operators

The ATM Industry Association has launched a new survey to gauge the progress of EMV migration in the U.S. The 2018 survey is the fourth in a series that began in 2014. The 2018 ATMIA EMV Migration Survey is open to all ATM operators, owners and acquirers — independents and financial institutions alike.

ATMIA 2018 conference offers a view to the decade ahead in ATM innovation

ATMIA 2018 conference offers a view to the decade ahead in ATM innovation

After a year spent celebrating the 50th anniversary of the ATM, this year's ATMIA US conference theme, "Innovate and Succeed: The Next Decade for ATMs," serves as a reminder that it's time to put away the party hats and turn our full attention to the future.

ATM Industry Association calls for unity in 2018

The ATM Industry Association has said that 2018 will be a pivotal year for the ATM industry, and CEO Mike Lee has called on the industry members to present a unified front to protect their interests. "2018 promises to be...

ATM deployers report double-digit crime surge in 2017

The ATM Industry Association has published the results of its 2017 Global Fraud and Security Survey in which more than half of respondents (54 percent) reported an increase in ATM crime during the previous year. This represents a 12 percent...

Free guide offers EMV troubleshooting tips for ATM operators

The U.S. Payments Forum has released a white paper to help ATM owners avoid and troubleshoot common problems related to EMV transactions. EMV Troubleshooting Guide for ATM Owners and Operators was developed by the forum's ATM working committee and is...

How Brits got easy ATM access — and could lose it just like that

How Brits got easy ATM access — and could lose it just like that

IADs in the UK have always fought an uphill battle. The fight will become harder still — in fact, hopeless for some — if the banks that own the Link ATM Network carry through with a proposal to slash fees. And IADs won't be the only losers — the public will be hurt as well.

Managing ATM networks in the age of disruption: Head, not hype

Managing ATM networks in the age of disruption: Head, not hype

Issues such as falling cash demand and branch closures could present a challenge to ATM deployers. They'll need to use their heads to sort out the real-world problems from the exaggerated predictions and come up with a sound approach to fleet management.

20 percent cut in ATM fees potentially 'catastrophic' for UK cash users

A decision by Link, the U.K.'s largest ATM network provider, means that 1 in 5 ATMs will disappear from Britain's high streets within four years, according to a report by The Telegraph, a British publication. Link has decided that surcharge...

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