Innovative technologies and evolving consumer behaviors have laid the foundations for an exciting 2018. Download our new infographic and explore what might be in store for mobile payments, wearables, ATMs, biometrics and much more.
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That clever little arrow in Amazon's logo pointing from "a" to "z" is no coincidence, and it explains why the company would set its sights on banking. The fact is that Amazon has the insight, infrastructure and vision to build and deliver, at scale, the next generation of financial services.
Real-time payments infrastructure officially arrived in the U.S. with the launch of The Clearing House RTP system in November. Will the technology ultimately prove to be, as predicted, "one of the most important payment transformation efforts in our industry"?
Jim Ensign, chief digital officer at Republic Bank, discusses how financial services providers can improve their customers' experience by seeking to understand what matters to them and acting on this information to implement change.
The U.K. banking industry is being challenged to allay consumers' fears over the loss of thousands of branches, while keeping free ATMs profitable enough to remain open. It's a balancing act that requires a new way of thinking about ATMs and the services they offer.
At a morning workshop during the ATMIA conference, the audience heard unsettling statistics and anecdotes about the rising number of ATM physical attacks in the U.S. They also heard about new and existing solutions that can help them avoid becoming another statistic or anecdote.
Now that EMV has taken much of the profit out of ATM skimming, criminals are taking up more sophisticated methods of thievery. So it was that the Secret Service confirmed last week that ATM jackpotting crime has, at long last, arrived in the U.S.
By using India's biometric identity system, Aadhaar, as a proxy for a customer's bank account, Aadhaar Pay disintermediates traditional interchanges and rides on less expensive bank rails, lowering processing fees and promoting merchant uptake.
It is undeniable that the payment landscape is changing, and that electronic money is a key part of this. However, technological advancements are also being rolled out across ATM networks, demonstrating the continued demand among consumers for physical bank notes.
Court battles, crime and cardless transactions were all big stories last year in the ATM industry, and no doubt will continue to make headlines this year. But the biggest story by far was the release of the 2017 ATM trends report, an event that only rolls around every two years, but gives us a valuable glimpse into 2018 and beyond.
Panelists at this week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas drew an SRO crowd for "Never talk to a human again," a discussion of heightened consumer expectations in this new automated age, and the payoffs and perils involved in trying to keep up with them.
Blogger Daryl Cornell of Triton Systems offers five fearless predictions for 2018 — along with the caveat that any or all might be "off the mark, highly questionable or just plain wrong." ATM Marketplace will be bookmarking this page for review 365 days from now.
What's the best way for a financial institution to implement a mobile payments system? For many banks, the first and most crucial decision is whether to build a proprietary solution or take advantage of an existing system such as Apple Pay or Android Pay.
Tabloid newspapers across the world have speculated over the future of the ATM, debating everything from integration with AI and robotics down to whether there really is a long-term future for these machines in an allegedly imminent cashless world.
During the Bank Customer Experience Summit in Chicago this fall, Charles Liu, chief of branch transformation, ATM innovation and market planning at Bank of America, sat down to talk about strategies for staying a step ahead of emerging competitors and digital disruptors looking to mix it up in the traditional banking world.