Payment behavior in the United States continues to evolve rapidly as consumers encounter a growing array of ways to make payments – from cash and cards to digital and mobile pay technologies. And while some forms gain in popularity and
Since the ATM was first introduced nearly 50 years ago, the way people access cash has remained almost unchanged. While nearly every other aspect of financial services has been transformed over the years by digital innovations, the ATM has continued to operate on the same card-and-PIN
Currently, there is no systematic approach to the provision of cash in crises areas. This paper marks a start in the process of the cash management industry, under the auspices of the ATMIA, developing plans to allow for the secure
Trends and drivers for optimizing cash cycles and the implementation of innovative technologies.
The Case for Cash Part One: Myths examines some of the most prevalent myths surrounding the cash world, as well as the role of the central bank in society, in order to dispel the misinformation that has arisen around the
An integrated solution optimizing all aspects of a bank’s cash supply-chain can achieve significant and measurable cost savings and increase efficiencies throughout the ATM-, branch- and CIT-network. Treasury departments of financial institutions often view the management of physical cash as