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Bátiz-Lazo, departmental chair in Business History and bank management at Bangor University, in Wales, discussed the importance of creating a competitive advantage.
ATMIA Europe's Ron Delnevo takes us back to when the first independent ATM was installed in the U.K. Consumers were thrilled at the time, but the country still has a long way to go in ensuring convenient access to cash for all of its communities.
Donna Embry is the SVP of global payment strategies at Evolve Bank & Trust, and she's involved with next-gen on multiple levels. ATM Marketplace spoke with her to learn more about why IADs, in particular, should be paying attention to the project.
ATMIA Europe's Ron Delnevo believes post offices aren't a substitute for ATM's in the U.K.
At the ATMIA US conference, four of the industry's longest-tenured professionals shared memories and lessons learned while they were busy paving the way for today's modern ATM networks.
From ATM upgrade deadlines to an updated 'light' branch, the topics of these blogs clicked with our readers in 2013.
A panel of experts including Citibank, Navy FCU and NCR discuss the market's need for ATM solutions that work in a multichannel environment dominated by mobile. (From the ATM & Mobile Executive Summit.)
On day one of the first annual ATM & Mobile Executive Summit in Washington, D.C., ATM Marketplace Editor Suzanne Cluckey gave a morning presentation on the histories of telephony and the ATM, leading up to the convergence of the two…
The history of the ATM is a 50-year tale of ingenuity and the endless quest for customer convenience.
Webinar explores the making -- and remaking -- of the ATM industry.
Blogger Bernardo Batiz-Lazo traces the history of Diebold and its contributions to the ATM industry.
In the '60s, there was no such word as 'cybercrime' because there was no such thing. How times have changed.
A short time ago I was asked by Tom Harper, president of Networld Media Group, co-founder of the ATM Industry Association and publisher of ATMmarketplace.com, whether I would be interested in reviewing a book he coauthored with Bernardo Bàtiz-Lazo, professor…
A brief history of the machine everybody takes for granted ... and nobody wants to be without.
A look at some of the key dates in the fascinating history of the ATM.
It seems almost irreverent to wrap up this blog from my hotel room here in Las Vegas, where on the promise of a fortune made from the turn of a card or the spin of a wheel, ATMs within the…
Partner companies believe they've reeled in The Big One.
Longtime industry participant Richard Buckle takes a trip down memory lane.
Increased competition, expenses and compliance issues pose significant obstacles.
Friday is the day of the week when ATMs are most frequently used.