EMV at the ATM: What you need to know

As every U.S. ATM operator should know by now, the deadlines for migrating to EMV are fast approaching.

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Sponsor: ATMGurus, Triton




Repair, Refurb, Trade or Replace Aging ATMs?

The critical points in deciding how to proceed with the older ATMs in your fleet.

Type: White Paper

Sponsor: Triton




Upgrade to EMV before your ATMs become a fraud target

ATM deployers who aren't EMV-ready could face much higher costs.

Type: White Paper

Sponsor: National Cash Systems


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Do EMV upgrades trigger ADA review?

IADs whose ATMs were not up to ADA standards as of March 15, 2012, might want to review their portfolio before simply buying EMV upgrade kits for existing machines.

ATMIA email alerts keep recipients current on legislation, regulations

If "ignorance of the law is no excuse," then using a service that keeps you current on the law is a no-brainer.

NCR and Navy FCU's mobile strategy slowed down by compliance

ADA, EMV, Windows 7 and a slew of other mandates have impeded the flow of products, services and other "customer delighters" from hitting the market. (Panel discussion at the ATM & Mobile Executive Summit.)


A manufacturer's dilemma

Editor's note: Remember the "I Love Lucy" episode (#39) that had Lucy and Ethel working on a candy factory production line wrapping chocolates? If so, you'll know exactly what this blog post from Triton is all about. Too fast! Too...

The 411 on Upgrading Your ATMs [infographic]

With three major fleet-wide ATM upgrade initiatives currently in the pipeline — EMV, PCI and Windows 7 — this infographic will help you keep track of it all.

Decoding ATM upgrades

Hallo ATM Marketplatz! It has been quite some time since my last blog post, and I apologize for the delay. I've been traveling quite a bit lately to support someexciting global events for ACG. We exhibited at the FSPA conference, and at ATMIA Canada and ATMIA Europe.

50 shades of ADA

One year after implementation of new ADA guidelines, ATM deployers are in varying states of compliance.

Commentary: Who's really calling the shots on ADA for the ATM industry?

A Massachusetts district court judge's order against Cardtronics should have the entire ATM industry up in arms.

ADA and the ATM Brand

The ADA requirements deadline for ATMs has long since passed, but many financial institutions have yet to make the upgrades to all of their machines. Some 50 percent of ATMs in the United States remained non-compliant following the deadline, according...

Don't junk that ATM!

There might be a more environmentally friendly way to dispose of that older ATM, says this commentary from Triton.

The top 5 things we learned from ADA: It’s not over.

As 2012 comes to a close, it's good to look back at ADA implementation to see what we learned from it — and where it might take us in 2013 and beyond. Believe it or not, some financial institutions still...

The top 5 things we learned from ADA: Awful-looking ATMs had to go!

Pressure exposes strengths and weaknesses. Remember when you realized that, as a service company, maybe you didn't have enough quality techs to do all the ADA installs needed? Remember waiting and waiting and waiting for a customer to decide what...

The top 5 things we learned from ADA: ATMs are not toasters.

On its surface, ADA was presented in such a way as to make you think you could just install a cheap audio jack, slap on some Braille keyboard stickers, turn some screws to adjust machine height — and compliance would...

Excerpt: ATM Compliance Handbook 2013

From EMV and ADA to the CFPB, the list of regulations and requirements for ATM owners is long and growing.

The top 5 things we learned from ADA: 'I can't make anyone happy!'

The buildup to the ADA deadline was the craziest, most pressure-packed time most of us suppliers have ever experienced in the ATM Industry. Many work days started before 6:00 a.m.

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Blind representatives have approached banks and other ATM owners about improving blind users' access to ATMs, relying on the 1992 Americans With Disability Act Accessibility Guidelines ("ADAAG") requirement that ATMs be "accessible to and independently usable by persons with vision impairments."  ADAAG provides the technical requirements for making facilities accessible.  The related regulation, which interprets the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA"), is promulgated by the Department of Justice and dictates which facilities must be accessible.

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