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BranchServ is a leading automation equipment/service provider with a focus on helping you Put Your Best Branch Forward. Our equipment portfolio includes the groundbreaking LTA-350 cash recycler and Windows 10 enabled ATMs/ITMs from Nautilus Hyosung. Hardware/software is complemented by automation service with unsurpassed site metrics.Visit company showcase »
Swapping out long-standing and reliable ATM equipment for state-of-the-art technology that's new and unfamiliar may not come easy, especially for staff. Blogger Rebecca Cicarelli offers tips on how to get the most out of newer model machines.
If you find vendor services lacking, consider the options. BranchServ details service offerings that optimize branch operations - not just first line and second line for your ATM fleet, but professional services for cash recycling and physical and electronic security offerings.
Advanced terminals and ITMs can succeed for your financial institution with the right partners. BranchServ reviews the process of advanced self-service evaluation and implementation to ensure that you choose the right technology for your bank or credit union.
Security is not something BranchServ takes lightly. TCR security is no exception. Penetration testing with Coalfire allowed us to successfully identify and address all software vulnerabilities so we could ensure delivery of industry leading cash recyclers for our customers.
Financial institutions have long been aware of skimming, where thieves attach readers to ATMs in order to strip card data. Shimming, however, is a fairly recent phenomenon.
Branch closures are usually triggered by reduced business or consumer traffic, but it's never quite that simple. Here are three events that prompt the decision.
Direct integration is a choice, but not your only choice. This white paper from BranchServ evaluates FI options for bridging cash recycler hardware and teller software applications via direct integration and third party middleware offerings.
It's not enough to simply install Windows 10 and call it a day. You need to ask yourself — and your vendors — some questions to ensure that the Windows 10 migration is as seamless and as integration-friendly as possible.
The future is unwritten – but far from unknowable. Amidst churning technological disruption and changing consumer preferences, FIs are having to contend with dramatic and sudden shifts that pose serious operational challenges. BranchServ can help you navigate these waters.
How do you future-proof your operations around paper currency while battling pervasive theories that have convinced 2 in 3 Americans they'll live to see the day cash goes extinct? It's a complex question with a simple answer: You need a cash strategy.
How do you know whether your vendor is truly invested in your company's success? BranchServ arms you with eight questions that can help you decide.
BranchServ dives in deep with this revealing white paper that covers the impact of teller automation including a payback analysis which will leave you wondering if you can really afford NOT to adopt this technology.
Although some financial institutions have implemented the transition already, many have decided to wait it out. But with Microsoft set to end support for Windows 7 in less than a year, there's no time like the present to make the switch and avoid ATM service delays.
A case study featuring National Iron Bank, The Bank of Greenwich and Vermont State Employees Credit Union that talks to why competitive users have made the switch and why new users have been compelled to try the groundbreaking technology of the LTA-350 from BranchServ.
In "Challenging Your Partners to Support a Better Retail Banking Experience for Your Customers," BranchServ discusses the technology vendor-financial institution relationship and explains why it is important for FIs to challenge external solutions providers in the era of omnichannel retail banking.
Some ATM suppliers are still selling machines with a soon-to-be obsolete OS installed, creating headaches for banks and credit unions trying to ensure Windows 10 compatibility. BranchServ provides a few key questions to ask so you don’t encounter a false-start.
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