ATM Industry Association confers outstanding service honors
The ATM Industry Association honored three professionals for outstanding service to the industry during an awards ceremony, Feb. 25, at the 17th annual ATMIA U.S. conference and expo.
The conference, which was held at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside drew more than 1,000 delegates.
Kurt Helwig, president and CEO of EFTA and presiding chairman of ATMIA presented the awards.
“Given the profile of ATMIA’s consultants, I am extremely honored to be chosen as the international consultant of the year,” said de Putter. “There’s a lot of change in our industry and I’d like to continue to guide the industry in terms of knowledge about our markets, technology and regulatory developments, as well as offering strategic advice.”
“It is an exciting, as well as challenging, time to be involved in the ever changing, evolving payments industry within the United States,” said Ford. “ATMIA has been deeply involved and played a significant role over the past 16 years in the cash payments arena within the payments industry. I thank ATMIA for the opportunity to contribute to their continuing position in the forefront of the evolution of cash/electronic payments.”
“ATMIA’s awards are used sparingly but recognize great service to the ATM industry,” said ATMIA CEO Mike Lee. “I’d like to thank these winners for their positive contribution to the continued up-building of the ATM industry,” Lee stated.