Artificial intelligence (AI) is a hot topic, and companies everywhere are exploring how this technology can help to enhance the customer experience. The banking software company Auriga has published a whitepaper to explain what the financial industry needs to keep in mind when implementing AI-powered chat bots.
As online and mobile commerce channels continue to expand, and with emerging technologies and trends changing expectations of the in-store experience, brick-and-mortar retailers are being forced to re-evaluate their position, offering and approach.
Mark Aldred from Auriga speaks to us at Self-Service Banking 2017 At Auriga, we’re committed to making personal contact an important part of the transaction. As Mark Aldred explains to Fintech Finance, “You can only achieve this if you have integrated omnichannel solutions.
David Smith talks to Fintech Finance at ATM & Cash Innovation Europe 2017 In the year of the 50th anniversary of ATM and of the 25th Anniversary of Auriga’s first steps in the market, we are here to confirm the...
Rapidly evolving banking technology, introduction of new age channels and aggressive competition require banks to make significant investments in infrastructure, technology, and inter-operable payment channels and resources.
A question is asked about whether the closed nature of MCX runs contrary to the National Restaurant Association's open philosophy. "A lot of the principles we're looking for exist with MCX," says NRA's Liz Garner. A Walmart representative weighs in on the issue as well. (From the ATM & Mobile Executive Summit.)
CrowdStrike's CTO tells how his team exploited a phone using tools and techniques currently available "in the wild." The phone's owner felt personally vulnerable because much of his daily life was hacked. (Dmitri Alperovitch at the ATM & Mobile Executive Summit.)