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As the ATM industry gathers in Houston for the ATMIA U.S. Conference 2020, industry experts say there are a number of issues that are impacting the industry, including bank transformation, consolidation, cash access and new technologies.
So, does the decline in the number of ATM withdrawals over the past few years portend a more rapid decline in the use of cash? Short answer — no!
This year's ATMIA conference will address the future of the industry, including branch transformation, bitcoin and cash access.
ATMIA Europe's Ron Delnevo takes us back to when the first independent ATM was installed in the U.K. Consumers were thrilled at the time, but the country still has a long way to go in ensuring convenient access to cash for all of its communities.
The ATM Industry Association announced Monday that ACI Worldwide Inc., a provider of real-time electronic payment and banking solutions, has broadened its relationship with the association as a global sponsor. ACI, along with other ATMIA members, will work to advance…
Donna Embry is the SVP of global payment strategies at Evolve Bank & Trust, and she's involved with next-gen on multiple levels. ATM Marketplace spoke with her to learn more about why IADs, in particular, should be paying attention to the project.
ATMIA today published a "Next Generation ATM Deployer Guide" to help banks and independent ATM deployers get ready for the production of next-gen ATMs, which the trade body says will "link millions of ATMs to billions of mobile phones in…
Englebardt has been involved in the next-gen project since the early days. The race car driver/ATM aficionado spoke to us about a next-gen ATM deployer guidebook he's been working on over the last year.
Ron Delnevo, executive director of Europe at the ATMIA, believes in payment choice. He also thinks independent ATM operators play an important role in keeping cash accessible.
Time to catch up on some reading? Popular stories last month included two on security — always a hot topic — and two from the ATM Industry Association conference in Rome.
Experts believe that banks of tomorrow will be "phygital," a merger of the physical and digital worlds. Taking a central role in this transformation will be an app-based ATM.
It's been six month since CaixiaBank rolled out facial recognition at a handful of ATMs in Barcelona. Alejandro De Oleza, the bank's digital director, spoke on the progress of the biometric system at an ATMIA conference in Rome last week.
Graham Mott, head of strategy at Link, which oversees the U.K.'s network of ATMs, believes that contactless cards are behind the globe's shrinking reliance on cash.
ATM Marketplace caught up with ATM Industry Association CEO Mike Lee at a conference in Rome for a long chat about the war on cash and the future of ATMs. We even asked him about bitcoin.
As digital payments grow in popularity in the U.K., the systems that support cash are starting to erode. Natalie Ceeney, chair of Access to Cash Review, warns that the country is headed into "unchartered territory."
ATMIA Europe's Ron Delnevo believes post offices aren't a substitute for ATM's in the U.K.
In this ATM Marketplace podcast, host Suzanne Cluckey talks to David Tente, ATMIA's executive director, USA and Americas, to get his thoughts on the future of cash and what it means for the ATM industry.
The ATM Industry Association and the ATM Security Association today published a joint industry position paper calling for stronger sentences across the globe for convicted ATM criminals and fraudsters. The international associations hoped to send a clear message to justice…
Cash is the quicker choice. The average cash payment transaction at the point of sale takes only around 22 seconds, 7 seconds faster than the average card and PIN payment and a whole 16 seconds quicker than a typical card and signature transaction.
Ron Delnevo, executive director Europe, ATMIA, hopes cash is maintained as a viable payment choice for everyone who wants to use it in the UK.