Thursday, January 25, 2018View Showroom
While the past 50 years have been full of challenges and achievements from the introduction of self-service banking to the implementation of EMV worldwide, 2018 heralds the beginning of a new age for ATMs. And, as usual, ATMIA is leading the charge – bringing new ideas and education for innovation to the ATM industry.
The ATM industry will be taking Las Vegas by storm February 6-8 for the US ATMIA Conference 2018. The show, “Innovate and Succeed: The Next Decade for ATMs” will be 100% focused on the future of cash and ATMs worldwide.
Campaigning for Cash
Feeling lucky? Stop by the ATMIA booth to try your luck in the cash booth on Wednesday. Attendees can potentially win cash and prizes – courtesy of Withdraw Cash Wednesday founding members and sponsors.
And while there find out more about Withdraw Cash Wednesday, a major ATM industry initiative designed to showcase the benefits of cash usage to consumers in the United States and how you can get involved.
A Robust Slate of Educational Sessions
ATMIA has selected Theresa Payton, Former White House CIO & Cybersecurity Authority on CBS’s TV Show “Hunted” as Keynote Speaker. As a tech and security expert, Payton will address the fast growing “internet of things” and how ATMs and banking technology can maintain secure access and help ensure they remain relevant in a growing digital world.
Other educational highlights include:
ATMIA 2018 is also bringing back their popular “Town Hall Meeting” for ATMIA members on Wednesday prior to the opening reception. This year’s focus will be “hot trends.”
The Future of the ATM
In addition to a robust and future-focused educational schedule, the US Conference will feature over 100 exhibit booths with all the major ATM manufacturers, processors and wide a range of participants including Maya Tech, KLEAR Technologies, Netop and many more introducing new and innovative ATM products and services.
Please join us for a conference full of innovation, networking and fun - officially kicking off “The Next Decade of ATMs!”