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Every ATMIA conference has its trending topic du jour. This year, the buzz was about cardless ATM transactions, a subject addressed in a well-attended 1-hour roundtable discussion among executives leading the charge to a card-free future.
A lot, actually. Which is why the ATM industry has seen a steady stream of rollouts this year — not only by financial institutions, but also by independent players.
At last week's Bank Customer Experience Summit in Chicago, Brian Read explained how his bank integrates itself into the surrounding community.
If your business is about banking for people, not "consumers," here are several excellent reasons to register immediately for this September summit in Chicago.
For the time being, most US FIs are relying on texted codes to offer their customers a cardless ATM option; by implementing NFC as well, Wells Fargo is getting a jumpstart on future interoperability.
With its new ad campaign and tagline ('It's all the change you need'), Visa Europe takes a stab at 'coin-shaming' Brits into making more contactless payments.
Mobile-ATM functionality is here, but some of the details will have to catch up before it's all interoperable and safely tokenized. And at this point, we're not even sure owns the PAN.
In a pre-conference workshop at ATMIA 2016, a small army of experts offered an overview of brand-name mobile wallets and the problems the industry must solve to make them interoperable at the ATM.
The Europe-based open cardless cash network provides real-time cardless cash withdrawals at any enabled ATM, the company's US CEO says.
The two-day event caters to bankers who want to transform their FI's culture, technology and environment in order to reach and retain a new generation of retail customers.
Three industry experts discuss compelling reasons and real-world strategies for moving legacy systems into the digital, omnichannel future.
Plenty of things about millennials might seem alien to Gen X-ers and boomers, but when it comes to banking, they're all pretty much the same.
FIs have an edge in a bid for mobile wallet loyalty due to their trusted provider status. For those that have been late to the party, now is the time to capitalize on this advantage.
A video presentation of highlights and insights from the 2015 ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit, Sept. 9–11, in Washington, DC.
In a panel discussion at the ATM & Mobile Summit, bankers talk about the forces and technologies that are driving institutions to deliver a seamless customer experience.
Every industry needs people with crazy ideas who don't care who's watching or what they think. The financial service sector needs them worst of all.
Technology offers new ways for consumers to hold, control and spend their money. This summit promises to help execs get their arms around the former and meet the expectations of the latter.
Three-and-a-half years after its introduction, it looks as though mobile cash access at ATMs might finally be 'off and running.'
KAL and Mobile Payments Today sister publication ATM Marketplace took the wraps off the 2015 software trends report — and offered a detailed look at what the survey results indicate.
FIs are learning that taking a value-added approach to the mobile channel can help dial up customer engagement and stickiness.