Self-Service banking in the branch has become an integral part of branch transformation. As financial institutions evolve branch staff to more consultative roles, the use of technology is critical to automate the transactions historically handled by tellers.
As the saying goes, “Look after the pennies and the pounds will look after themselves..…”. Surprisingly, this concept can also relate to ATM and card cleaning maintenance too; if you invest a little on maintenance you will reap the rewards in the long run.
KAL introduced its ATM this June with a kick-off in Times Square. Since then, the machine has undergone extensive field testing and received a few refinements. Meanwhile, The company has been talking with bankers and independent deployers about the market...
At Wincor World 2012, Uwe Krause, vice president of banking at Wincor Nixdorf, talks about what's trending now in cash-handling. The biggest change, he says is the move toward cash recycling — both in the branch, with automated teller safes, and at the ATM, with self-service cash recycling machines.
Since writing my last post, “Behind the scenes …”, I have had a number of discussions following my suggestion of how the inner workings of an ATM may be headed to the sub $100 mark, excluding the cartridges and the...
Like many of my readers, I like automobiles. More passionate than most, I suspect, a car for me has ceased to have anything to do with moving between point A and point B — for me, it’s all about the journey.
ACG showed its ballast-free LED ATM keyboard light at the ATMIA US 2012 Conference. The LED solution uses significantly less energy than a traditional fluorescent fixture, is noise-free, and may require only a couple of service calls over the life of the ATM. Also shown: ACG's new card-security device.
Okay folks, March is just around the corner and — can you believe it? — we will soon be through the first quarter of 2012. Yikes. The new diet plans are on the sidelines and the treadmill is going to need a good dusting soon unless you are using it for a clothes hamper (I know a guy that does this … really).