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.
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.
ATM downtime represents time lost, opportunity lost and consumer confidence lost — much of which might have been avoided. Self-service management is one way to stop the endless rounds of tech visits and take home the brass ring of lower costs.
Picture this: customers in your busy store, hungry to spend, the tills ringing with the sound of profits. Sounds perfect! Your cashiers are going through till rolls at a tremendous rate and are requesting additional supplies of change, but it’s not only cash to be mindful of.
In its first Investor Day meeting, Diebold Nixdorf focused on plans to integrate, consolidate and acculturate a sprawling services, systems and software business and extended workforce on both sides of the Atlantic.
In earnings calls, NCR Corp. and Diebold Nixdorf execs spoke confidently about a turnaround in their business: NCR touted continued positive momentum; the newly combined Diebold Nixdorf emphasized the magnitude of its portfolio.
In a fast-paced 15-minute presentation, NCR's Andy Aceto explains that the first task in branch transformation is to define the problem. And the solution, he says, 'is not about technology.'
According to Gallop, 80 percent of new bank accounts are still opened in a branch instead of online or over the phone.
As financial institutions around the world start to replace aging ATM networks with more modern, feature-rich devices, those that get a head start and implement the services consumers expect will be well placed for years to come.
The competitors have been locked in a patent battle for 15 months so far. How much longer might this 'knock-down, drag-out' drag on?
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.
The companies' patent wars before the International Trade Commission and US federal court spilled over into the court of public relations yesterday.
See More »
On Nov. 15, ATM manufacturer Diebold Nixdorf will unveil winning concepts from its global crowdstorming initiative seeking the brightest new ideas in omnichannel retail banking.