ATM Marketplace: November Top 5
November saw ATM operators preparing their fleets for winter and, in the longer term, for Windows 10, with Win 7 support ending just about 13 months from now. That looming deadline could account for the fact that our feature on Win 10 migration made the top 5 for November, even though it didn’t post until the 29th.
Banco Popular has discovered the need for an agile structure that allows the institution to serve customers who are comfortable with technology, but who also want a wide range of options for banking.
Once again, time is running down on a Microsoft Windows upgrade. NCR Corp. is already working with customers to make the transition as smooth and efficient as possible — and to make the most of the new ATM functionalities Windows 10 supports.
By helping customers migrate from the teller window to self-service, DBS achieved a 19 percent reduction in OTC cash transactions — and a 9 percent reduction in OTC noncash transactions — in one year.
One of the best indicators of progress in Q3 was the company’s first revenue increase since acquiring Wincor Nixdorf in 2016. Growth in the product and software segments through the past three months generated a 1 percent earnings bump in constant currency.
With a new C-team at the helm, NCR Corp. is finding “significant cost reduction opportunities,” according to the company’s recently installed president and CEO, Michael Hayford, who addressed market analysts during a Q3 earnings call.