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Cash recycling and interactive teller machines are allowing banks and credit unions to create significant efficiencies at the branch level, with reduced staffing costs, increased productivity and reduced cash exposure, according to experts speaking at a panel on branch transformation at ATMIA's annual U.S. conference in Houston.
As the ATM industry gathers in Houston for the ATMIA U.S. Conference 2020, industry experts say there are a number of issues that are impacting the industry, including bank transformation, consolidation, cash access and new technologies.
A new report from Deutsche Bank says that mobile payment adoption will surge in the next five years, but cash will remain a critical part of many economies. In the developing world, underbanked consumers are moving straight from cash-based economies to mobile adoption, and skipping over the adoption of plastic credit and debit cards.
This year's ATMIA conference will address the future of the industry, including branch transformation, bitcoin and cash access.
Blockchain technology can provide excellent tools for supply chain management. ATM Marketplace spoke with former Coca-Cola executive Kraig Adams to learn how he got involved with blockchain technology and how it will transform supply chain management.
The use of facial recognition hardware in mobile devices is expected to surge in the next few years, reaching more than 800 million devices by 2024. Facial recognition software however will still dominate.
As cashierless shopping becomes more popular, a stark disparity is coming to light — the underbanked are getting left behind. In this blog post, Plain Green's Guy Dilger talks about the move away from cash and how some cities are fighting back.
Digital bank executives from Chime, Varo and Grasshopper told attendees at this year's annual Money 20/20 conference that they see continued growth in the space as they are providing more responsive and lower fee services to consumers who are leaving legacy bank rivals that are burdened with aging technology and higher fixed costs.
ATM Marketplace caught up with ATM Industry Association CEO Mike Lee at a conference in Rome for a long chat about the war on cash and the future of ATMs. We even asked him about bitcoin.
With summer now upon us, we’ve looked back at some of the key trends in banking so far this year Back in January we outlined our predictions for banking in 2019. It’s fair to say it’s been a busy year…
The sixth edition of the ATM Future Trends report, which includes the results of an extensive survey and industry insights from ATM thought leaders, is available.
Both challenger and traditional banks are growing their focus on helping consumers save money. As customers increasingly look to save money for a rainy day and become more fiscally responsible, many banks have reacted by providing a variety of services.…
The connected smart safe, an internet-enabled lockbox with biometric access and real-time content-monitoring capabilities, ranks among the more compelling IoT items generating great enthusiasm in the retail space — and for good reason.
May brought us a burst of blooms, a day of remembrance and a kickoff to summer ... and for the ATM industry, a pair of upbeat earnings updates for bellwether firms. Features recapping Q1 reports from NCR and Diebold Nixdorf made the top 5 list for the month at ATM Marketplace, as did articles on ATM security and payment card innovation.
We're in the midst of what appears to be a global revolution in banking. Pity the poor bank CEO struggling to make strategic decisions about branch transformation, staffing, security and costly ATM infrastructure. As if this weren't enough, now hordes of fintechs are threatening to poach the next generation of customers. What's an FI to do?
Global Payments is buying TSYS in a merger valued at $21.5 billion, marking the latest in a series of international mergers and acquisitions of payments and POS technology companies.
Today's consumers admit to knowing very little about managing finances. But they want to learn.
Research confirms that cashless readers do not undermine cash sales in a vending machine. In fact, the technology serves to increase both cashless and cash-based activity, particularly for machines that historically have lower volume sales.
One approach to the problem of ATM physical attacks has been to harden the machine. However, this only serves to increase the level of force used in an attack — and the degree of destruction it causes. According to Spinnaker, the best way to stop physical attacks on ATMs is simply to make the cash in them not worth the having.
With big players like Mastercard and Visa now mandating that all new cards and payment terminals be contactless enabled, global growth of the technology is set to soar in the next few years. This sets the stage perfectly for biometric payment cards.