Who is Driving Adoption of Card Payments at Unattended Terminals? | New Report | Mobile | Wearables | Digital Wallets | Trends | Survey

Who is Driving Adoption of Card Payments at Unattended Terminals? | New Report | Mobile | Wearables | Digital Wallets | Trends | Survey

70% of consumers want unattended terminals to accept both card and cash payments, and a significant number are willing to use wearable devices or digital wallets at these locations. Download our new report, which highlights the key findings of an independent survey TNS commissioned into non-cash payments at unattended terminals.

Type: Special Report

Sponsor: Transaction Network Services


Consumers Welcome New FinTech Payment Options at Unattended Terminals | Wearables | Digital Wallets | Mobile | Kiosk | Vending

Consumers Welcome New FinTech Payment Options at Unattended Terminals | Wearables | Digital Wallets | Mobile | Kiosk | Vending

A new survey commissioned by Transaction Network Services explores attitudes among US, UK and Australian adults to the use of new technology when making payments at unattended terminals. Find out how many use wearables and digital wallets at unattended POS terminals, such as kiosks, vending machines, meters and more.

Type: Infographic

Sponsor: Transaction Network Services


[WEBINAR] Enhancing the End-to-End Customer Experience with Real-time Data

[WEBINAR] Enhancing the End-to-End Customer Experience with Real-time Data

Download this webinar with ATM Marketplace and transaction data specialist INETCO to hear tips on how FIs can efficiently harness their real-time customer transaction data across all self-service channels.

Type: Webinar

Sponsor: INETCO Systems Limited


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What's up with ATM wireless service?

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Cash in hand: Improving ATM infrastructure in Africa

Cash in hand: Improving ATM infrastructure in Africa

Despite the success of digital money projects such as Kenya’s M-Pesa, the majority of Africa still relies on cash, and that’s unlikely to change anytime soon. Which means that getting the right technologies and infrastructure in place to support cash access is vital.

How much cash do I have on me?

How much cash do I have on me?

The paradox is that the more we shift to digital forms of payments — from debit and credit cards to P2P payments — the more we feel at ease with cash. Cash helps us control our budgets and simplify our transactions. If we have the cash, we make the purchase. And in our highly complex lives, it is this simplicity that resonates with us all.

Competitive concerns over Link ATM network cloud MasterCard-VocaLink deal

Competitive concerns over Link ATM network cloud MasterCard-VocaLink deal

In its assessment of a proposed MasterCard-VocaLink deal, the UK Competition and Markets Authority has zeroed in on competitive concerns related to one of its components — the Link ATM network.

INETCO Analytics software for banking & customer engagement analytics

INETCO Analytics software for banking & customer engagement analytics

Win customers over one transaction at a time with on-demand banking and customer analytics software from INETCO.




Why the ATM belongs at the forefront of the digital revolution

Why the ATM belongs at the forefront of the digital revolution

Today's ATM is the foundation of the self-service digital revolution and an essential complement to mobile banking, says commentator Bill Knoll.

ATM-mobile interoperability: Whose sandbox is it, anyway?

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Mobile-ATM functionality is here, but some of the details will have to catch up before it's all interoperable and safely tokenized. And at this point, we're not even sure owns the PAN.

How small ATM test teams can get beyond test case cherry-picking

How small ATM test teams can get beyond test case cherry-picking

With limited resources, small QA teams must sometimes settle for conducting test cases based on risk and hope everything else turns out all right.

Hybrid architecture for ATM networks: It’s music to a CIO's ears!

Hybrid architecture for ATM networks: It’s music to a CIO's ears!

With options, choice, and better use of resources, services at the lowliest ATM can expand in a manner that turns more ideas into greater business value faster.

Bubbling to the top — champagne time for NonStop!

Bubbling to the top — champagne time for NonStop!

There are few ATM networks today where a NonStop isn't involved, so I expect a big turnout for HPE's NonStop Technical Boot Camp in San Jose, Nov. 15–18.

Breaking the ice: The US meets cash recycling ATMs (finally)

Breaking the ice: The US meets cash recycling ATMs (finally)

With the launch of what they believe to be the nation's first cash recycler in New York City, Elan and Hyosung say the US market is warming up at last to the cost-saving device.

Under the Milky Way tonight ...

Under the Milky Way tonight ...

How brightly do our systems shine today? How proudly do we stand beneath the overarching technology we rely on to compete in today's business world?

Jackpotting in the retail ATM sector

Jackpotting in the retail ATM sector

We all know about the $1 billion multibank ATM heist via malware. But if you're a retail IAD or ISO, there's an even scarier one you should definitely be aware of.

ATM transaction visibility: It's worth a look

ATM transaction visibility: It's worth a look

A technical infrastructure manager describes how end-to-end transaction monitoring helped his team pinpoint network issues that were costing the company money.

Where do your ATMs connect? HP delivers x86, NonStop!

Where do your ATMs connect? HP delivers x86, NonStop!

At the end of March, the HP enterprise group will announce the specifics of NonStop X, which will support Intel x86 architecture

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