Elan Financial Services, a U.S. Bank company, provides ATM processing and monitoring, vault cash services, cutting edge technology and telecommunications to organizations across the nation.Visit company showcase »
Elan Financial Services is up for sale, and Finastra, FIS, and Fiserv are the probable bidders, according to a yet-to-be-confirmed report by Fintech Futures. Currently a subsidiary of Minneapolis-based US Bank, Elan serves more than 1,800 financial institutions across the...
For the last several years the United States has been lagging behind most of the rest of the world when it comes to contactless payments technology, but all of that is starting to change.
Want to increase traffic at your ATMs and realize greater profitability from every card transaction? A March 8 webinar hosted by ATM marketplace and sponsored by Elan Financial Services will show you how you can do just that.
Elan Financial Services has enhanced its My Mobile Money app to offer two-way fraud alerts for Elan-processed debit cards. Elan teamed with Ondot Systems, a provider of mobile-based card services, to implement real-time alerts on the app. This enhancement allows...
ATMs have become an essential and cost effective banking channel for financial institutions of all sizes. Not only are customers changing the way they are banking; they are also changing the way they are using branches.
Convincing cardholders to make your debit card their number one choice takes insight, strategic thinking and ongoing communication.
It can take a whole lot of time, money and effort to run an advanced ATM network. And this can hinder a financial institution from doing more of what matters most: taking care of customers.
Download this webinar and discover the benefits of outsourcing some or all of your ATM fleet management.
Advanced ATM functionality can be great for pleasing customers ... but frustrating for the FI whose plate is pretty full as it is.
Outsourcing vault cash services enables ATM operators to fund the expansion of their footprint.
With Earth Day coming up this Friday, ATM Marketplace takes a look at the industry's worldwide progress on recycling ... cash.
Today's ATMs are valuable customer relationship and marketing vehicles that deliver a winning combination of cost-effectiveness and consumer convenience.
ATMs are primed to play a key role in omnichannel banking, providing a bridge between different delivery channels and enabling FIs to save costs by moving traditional teller transactions to interactive self- service machines.
With the launch of what they believe to be the nation's first cash recycler in New York City, Elan and Hyosung say the US market is warming up at last to the cost-saving device.
By providing services such as check cashing, envelope-free deposits, and live video links to remote representatives, the new generation of ATMs can drive customers from traditional teller lines to the self-service channel and free bankers to spend more time building relationships and advising customers.
Awards for Most Innovative Financial Institution, Most Innovative ATM Technology, and Most Innovative Mobile Technology will be presented at the ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit in September.
The companies say they have joined forces to deliver cash recycling functionality for ATMs in North America.
FIs are learning that taking a value-added approach to the mobile channel can help dial up customer engagement and stickiness.
Direct currency conversion allows acquirers to offer currency exchange services to consumers who use foreign-issue debit or credit cards.
In a mobile banking world, the place to be is top-of-wallet. A March 26 webinar will share insights on how to get there — and stay there.