Suzanne’s editorial career has spanned three decades and encompassed all B2B and B2C communications formats. Her award-winning work has appeared in trade and consumer media in the United States and internationally. She is now the editor of ATMmarketplace.com and WorldofMoney.comwww
In June, summer got off to a start, a Diebold Nixdorf patent case at the ITC came to an end (sort of) and ATM Marketplace marked the beginning of the automated teller machine's next 50 years with anecdotes about its first 50.
Fintech investment hit an all-time high in 2016, but has this massive investment translated into consumer adoption? A new study suggests that it might not have — at least, not yet.
Accurate cash forecasting can be hard. But ineffective cash management can be hard on the bottom line — especially when it comes to ATM operations. NCR offers insights into the capabilities and benefits FIs should expect from their cash management software solution.
Of course you know that the first ATM was installed at a Barclays bank on this day in 1967. But do you know why Barclays chose to install their prize technology 10 miles away from the center of London at their Enfield branch?
At this week's Blockchain and Digital Currency Conference in New York, blockchain project veterans explained why getting up and running with blockchain technology is a moon shot, not a road trip.
In ATM testing, the discovery of QA issues can mean going back to square one on an implementation project. Usually, this results in delayed deployment and significant unplanned cost. There is a solution to this problem, though. It's called DevOps.
Diebold Nixdorf got the ruling they sought against Hyosung in their petition to the ITC, but it won't stop the import to the US of a single Hyosung ATM or affect the operation and servicing of machines already installed.
Through Friday, June 16, Networld Media Group is accepting entries from innovative, consumer-focused financial institutions and fintech providers whose unique strategies and technologies are heightening the consumer experience.
May breezed through and brought with it a scattering of ATM-related themes — from a bruising earnings report by Cardtronics to a brouhaha over ATM skimming statistics. Here's the recap of our most popular stories in the 'merry, merry month of May.'
The National ATM Council has repeatedly said that big banks control FICO and use it as a propaganda tool to make retail operators look bad. Yet, the hard data they use to back up their claim actually proves them wrong.
After a long run of smooth sailing, Cardtronics hits choppy waters in Q1 as it navigates software issues, EMV and the integration of its largest-ever acquisition halfway around the world — all while tacking toward a new growth phase as a provider of in-branch ATMs.
It seems especially appropriate that the ATM Industry Association would give its conference in London a complete refresh as the industry celebrates the 50th anniversary of the installation of the first modern ATM in that same city.
When it rains it pours ... All sorts of topics caught readers' interest in April, from regulations to revenues to the reasons why financial institutions are starting to get seriously interested in blockchain technology. Once again, though, it was the subject of cardless ATM access that made the biggest splash.
Arguments over whose ATMs are more likely to be skimmed are slipping into irrelevance as the industry faces its final EMV deadline four months from now and consumers learn more about what that means.
ATM revenues were a notable weak spot in the first quarter of 2017, but NCR got off to a strong enough start overall that executives were able to announce with confidence that full-year revenues would exceed their earlier expectations.
As Earth Day organizers have worked to raise awareness of the impact of industrial activity on the planet, ATM-makers and deployers have worked to reduce their imprint on the environment.
On March 29, FICO released stats showing that nonbank ATMs accounted for the majority of card compromises in 2016. NAC fired back with a memo accusing FICO of — among other things — skewing the numbers to favor banks. Here's what FICO says about those claims.
Survey findings published in our 'ATM Future Trends 2017' report must be right on target. It identifies mobile ATM access as the industry's No. 1 trend; a March story on that subject was second only to the feature announcing the rollout of the free report itself.
The price of bitcoin is off only about 5 percent since Friday, when the SEC nixed the Winklevoss-backed proposal for a bitcoin exchange-traded fund. Which raises the question, "Was the commission's decision a foregone conclusion from the get-go?"
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