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Triton Systems' Daryl Cornell predicts that 2020 will be a big year for tap and go, and that frustrations with Windows 10 will simmer.
With the Windows 10 migration just months away, a growing number of banks and credit unions are considering simply walking away from traditional Windows-PC based ATMs, perpetual ATM upgrade expenses and the short software life cycles.
We're in the midst of what appears to be a global revolution in banking. Pity the poor bank CEO struggling to make strategic decisions about branch transformation, staffing, security and costly ATM infrastructure. As if this weren't enough, now hordes of fintechs are threatening to poach the next generation of customers. What's an FI to do?
ATMs remain an essential self-service technology for accessing cash, yet today’s ATMs can offer customers more services and better security. Triton is showing these possibilities through its range of ARGO ATMs.
Daryl Cornell concedes that his predictions for the ATM industry in 2019 "will likely prove to be off the mark, highly questionable or just plain wrong." And yet, the Triton CEO is ready to prognosticate again this year, "on the off chance that we do manage to land a few correct guesses."
A growing number of FIs are deciding to walk away from Windows-based ATMs. Some are questioning the wisdom of continuing to invest in a platform that appears to be headed for extinction. Here's a look at the powerful market forces driving deployers to walk away from Windows.
The ATM Industry Association, ATMGurus (a division of Triton) and TransNational ATM have to sponsor the 2019 ATMIA Educational Scholarship Program. According to a press release, the scholarship was created as a means to enrich a selected candidate's education and…
A broken-down washing machine got me thinking about the economics and environmental implications of obsolescence — and what the ATM industry is doing to lessen the impact of both.
With fraud continually rising despite the ATM industry’s migration to EMV, ATM deployers and network operators must not neglect their systems’ physical and software security.
Like all things complicated, the status of trade between countries constantly ebbs and flows. As a result, trade programs inexorably evolve and must be actively managed in order to keep trade free. Unfortunately, this simply has not happened in the U.S.
Triton has announced the rollout of Triton Connect 6.1, an update of the company's PC-based software that allows the remote management of one or more Triton ATMs. According to a press release, new features integrated into 6.1 include: An added…
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.
The speed and magnitude of the recent changes seen in major Western ATM markets cannot be overstated. It will likely be the ability to quickly adapt — or not — that will determine the winners and the losers among independent ATM deployers.
With less than a month to go before the VISA ATM liability shift deadline, you might expect a frantic, last-ditch effort by ATM operators to get their machines EMV-ready. But you would be wrong.
Nearly 200,000 merchant-owned ATMs will not be EMV capable by the October Visa ATM liability shift deadline. So how does this movie end? While there are a number of possibilities, nearly all of them are opportunities for IADs who prepare now.
The United States can now boast of having half a million ATMs (three-quarters of them independently operated) reliably serving citizens all over the nation — despite nearly constant assault from confused regulators, politicians and pundits.
In the ATM business, as in the music business, success is about finding the right group of people to work with and thinking creatively with them in order to solve problems.
It seems likely that only serious chargeback pain or terminal shutoff will prompt many US merchants to upgrade their ATMs to perform EMV transactions. Even then, we could see merchant terminal numbers decline by as much as 25 percent.
While they have the acumen and attitude to start and run a business, what most business owners lack is an exit strategy. Here are answers to the questions IADs ask most frequently about the valuation and sale of their ATM business.
Triton Systems has announced the launch of the newest member of its Argo product line, the Argo FT through-the-wall ATM. The Argo FT is available in both walk-up and drive-up configurations and supports the Glory NMD-100 dispenser, Triton said in…