In the years to come, creativity will be the lifeblood of the ATM industry, and this will mean taking a fresh look at who we consider a competitor or a partner. The lines are getting more blurred by the day.
Alberta, Canada-based Jade Cash is a mid-size operation with approximately 800 ATMs. But what sets the 18-year-old business apart, aside from a hands-on team and top-flight service, is a penchant for agriculture and community.
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.
In the decades since the introduction of the ATM, independent ATM deployers have played a constant and expanding role, one that grows increasingly important as banks begin to partner with IADs to extend their reach and efficiency.
Embry's journey in payments has spanned several decades and has relied on a great deal of curiosity, gumption, team work, a little bit of luck ... and four major requirements for success as a career-oriented woman.
When Sam Kandah finally got the opportunity to immigrate to the US, he made the most of it. He says being in the right place at the right time helped, but it takes more than luck to build a business that operates 15,000 ATMs and provides end-to-end services.
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.
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.
ISOs around the country purchase their ATMs and parts from a network of manufacturers and grey market suppliers on the web. The implementation of an internet sales tax on these transactions would increase costs and almost certainly end up decreasing competition.
With a full slate of speakers, panels, exhibits and meetings, the annual ATM Industry Association conference once again offered the opportunity to stay abreast of developments in the global ATM industry. Here is what we learned at ATMIA this year.
Company execs explained during an earnings call that the loss of income from 8,000 U.S. ATMs combined with delayed EMV migration, a growing constant currency gap, and integration of the company's largest-ever acquisition will make 2017 a year of adjustment.
From card-free access to cash recycling, here's a look back at the features that captured the greatest interest from ATM Marketplace readers in 2016.
November served up heaping helpings of innovation (branch transformation, cardless ATM access, brainstorming the self-service devices of the future) and contemplation (the ATM turns 50! And how does Cardtronics keep racking up those big quarterly earnings?) Here's what you might have missed.
In Cardtronics' Q3 earnings report, CEO Steve Rathgaber outlined plans to keep the company's momentum growing by becoming the ATM infrastructure partner for FIs.
As a group, small merchants have been frustratingly obstinate about upgrading their ATMs for chip card transactions. But there are several ways to get them moving in the right direction.
This year's EMV liability shifts will radically change the retail ISO landscape by 2018. How do we know? Because we've seen this movie before, played out in other mature post-EMV markets.
In its recent earnings call, the company reported 15 percent growth in constant currency, 9 percent of it coming from existing operations.
As many as 100,000 non-EMV ATMs in the US could go dark after Oct. 1, and that could have a serious impact on consumer access to cash.
With the EMV deadline looming, up to half of the nation's ATMs could be headed to the dump. But that's probably not the best place for them, and there are alternatives.
NCR sizes up the impact of a nearly $1B cash infusion from Blackstone and the downsizing of the ATM vendor market from Big Three to Big Two.