Tuesday, March 24, 2020View Showroom
ATMIA today published its updated 2020 National IAD Study for the the United States, which updates the first version of 2018 to reflect major changes in this IAD market since it first appeared in print.
“This review of Independent ATM Deployer market opportunities in the United States, expertly updated this quarter by leading, award-winning consultant Leland Engelbardt, updates the data for the charts and graphs and adds some important new material,” explained Mike Lee, CEO of ATMIA.
The updated figures include: US GDP Comparison, US GDP Annual Growth Rate, US GDP Per Capita Comparison, Annual US Consumer Spending, Disposable Income Growth Comparison, Consumer Confidence Index, Bank Density Comparison, Branch Net Closings, ATM Density in the US, Annual ATM Cash Disbursement Comparison, IAD Market Share, IAD Penetration Comparison and IAD ATM Characteristics.
ATMIA members receive a substantial discount on the report’s price.
“ATMIA will continue to produce relevant, high-quality, affordably priced industry research,” Lee added. “Watch out for the next study in this global series of IAD market reports!”
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