Using LINK’s own ATM transaction data and bespoke market research taken throughout the crisis, this presentation shows how consumers use of cash has changed, including where they are spending it, what barriers they have found and how this may change in the future.
The traditional ATM architecture needs an upgrade to be able to fulfil a broader role within a digital context. Happily technology has evolved and a channel integration model looks to be able to solve many of the problems that ATMs are coming up against. In a digital first future, the ATM of the future has the capability to be pivotal alongside branches, and helping banks realize their wider transformation initiatives, keeping them secure as paramount to the success of the lean branch concept.
The pandemic and the financial impact it is likely to have on ATM deployers for the foreseeable future has highlighted just how critical it is to explore ways to decrease operational costs in the shortest possible time. TMD is helping ATM deployers, service providers and CITs around the world in a number of ways with our key-less ATM & Branch Access Management solution. This presentation shares customer case studies with facts and figures from independent consultants which prove the significant operational cost savings that are already being seen from integrated key-less access management for ATM top box, safe and branch; also, how the reduced risks of cash losses and improved safety of branch staff, service personnel and CITs have been achieved.