FIS executive discusses the convergence of mobile and ATMs
With all the recent talk about mobile wallets, there hasn't been much discussion about how smartphones will interact with ATMs and how this will deepen the relationships consumers have with their financial institutions.
Doug Brown, senior vice president and general manager for FIS Mobile, spoke to Mobile Payments Today at the ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit this September in Washington, D.C., about how consumers want to use smartphones to access an ATM — and do so in a secure way.
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