Optimising your 2020 OS ATM Migration Strategy in Africa

Date:
August 17, 2016
Time:
3:00 AM - 4:00 AM (Africa/Johannesburg) - Add Time Zone
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Teleconference
Contact:
Andrew Dean
+27(0)217623325
andrew.dean@atmia.com

Title

Optimising your 2020 OS ATM Migration Strategy in Africa

Description

In terms of planning a migration to a new ATM operating system, 2020 is just around the corner. This is when support for Windows 7 OS ends. ATMIA has completed a 2020 migration roadmap for the ATM industry which will migrate to Windows 10, complete with technical and security specifications. In addition, through our Next Generation ATM Architecture committee, we are exploring non-Microsoft alternatives such as Android-based ATMs.

What is your 2020 migration strategy? You need to be part of the omni-channel world – which operating system will offer the best protection and the best platform for omni-channel delivery and customer interface experience? ATMIA has set aside 2016 as the year in which the industry must finalize its 2020 roadmap – don’t miss this vital webinar for enabling you to plan ahead for the next big migration. Limited space available for the webinars!  


Chaired by: Michael Lee (CEO ATMIA) and Andrew Dean (ATMIA Executive Director, Africa and Middle East). 
Guest panelist: Eric de Putter, Managing Partner, Payments Redesign “Windows 10 Migration Roadmap” and Pat Telford, Principal Consultant, Microsoft. 

Webinar Agenda

Thanks to all who attended. You can download a copy of the presentation here.

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