This presentation will provide an up-to-date progress report on the biggest future-proofing exercise in the ATM industry in living memory. Find out how an unprecedented global consensus was reached on developing a new API App model for ATMs, potentially linking over 3 million ATMs to billions of mobile phones. What is the business case for migrating to next gen ATMs and what other value-adds for the industry can be bundled with this migration? What is the architectural blueprint for Next Gen ATMs and what standards would be required to make it globally interoperable?
Revenue growth is essential to any business and developing a reliable strategy incorporating consistent profit delivery is crucial. Greg Kane delivers a no-nonsense approach to the benefits, challenges and victories when utilizing DCC to generate monthly ATM revenue.
Discover more about the ATM threat landscape and defences against deep insert skimming and shimming, and solid explosive attacks.
Also, hear the findings from TMD Security’s global survey on ATM locking systems and why the ATM industry needs a new Access Management solution for ATM top box and safe, secure room and branch.
In this presentation, first of all, the ecosystem of banking and payment in Iran is described. Then, the main players of this industry are introduced. Furthermore, a statistical report through key trends of transactions, ATM, banking, payment, market trends and etc. are presented. In addition, the impacts of digital technologies on banking and payment in Iran are reviewed. Finally, challenges and opportunities of this industry in Iran are covered.
Can the ATM channel deliver a user experience user interface with smart intelligence like a mobile banking app? Increased digital innovations to meet customer expectations & improve efficiency across other customer touch points necessitated a reimagined ATM experience. Hear how UAB achieve this with it’s next-generation ATM software.
Forecasting cash demand has always been a complex issue, at least at times with disruptions and changes in the payments system. And one at which central banks as well as researchers and the industry have not been very good at.
Cash in circulation has declined in relation to nominal GDP throughout the 20th century in Europe and the US, with the exception of spikes during the Great Depression and World War II; but contrary to predictions, the trend has reversed in the 21st century and demand has been increasing steadily.
This paper is based on a recent seminar hosted by CashEssentials aimed at furthering our understanding of cash demand. Economists, researchers, academics as well as payments experts were invited to debate the key motives for holding cash and identify drivers and inhibitors for the use of cash.
The current wave of digitalization is quite strong and often disruptive. Can the ATM network withstand this wave? How will impact the ATM network? We will discuss the case of Pakistan for this purpose.
Focusing innovation on the consumer experience is a widely recognized success factor for both financial institutions and independent ATM operators. However, the challenges posed by aging, inflexible infrastructure, coupled with legacy practices can often stifle any meaningful change. This presentation explains how a cloud-native, #NextGen ATM, compliant approach was used to enrich the existing infrastructure to deliver the power of the ATM in its evolving role beyond cash withdrawal. This solution a futureproof platform for ongoing ATM services innovation.
In January 2020, support for Windows 7 will end and must be replaced by Windows 10. As the ATM industry knows all too well from the last upgrade cycle back in 2014, upgrading an ATM network is expensive and complex. Crucially, each upgrade is only a stopgap until the next one comes along.
Now, with no end to future releases of ATM operating systems in sight, painful updates are looking likely to be more frequent than ever before.
But there is an answer: OS-Virtualizaton. Join KAL to discover how banks can gain freedom at last from enforced, costly and disruptive ATM hardware upgrades.