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2016 ATM Software Trends Report

With input from more than 400 individuals representing the global self-service market, ATM Marketplace has compiled a map of the future covering the critical concerns of financial institutions. From navigating the challenges of cost management and ATM availability to new functionality demands to marketing and transforming the traditional bank branch, this guide, sponsored by KAL ATM Software, outlines the role of the ATM now and in the foreseeable future.

 

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2014 ATM Software Trends Report

For the seventh edition of the industry's most influential annual report, we once again surveyed almost 800 global ATM executives. Learn what they think about trends in the industry, including:

  • The drive to migrate ATMs to Windows 7 and 8
  • The need for ATMs with greater 'self-service functionality'
  • Multi-channel integration
  • Increasing adoption of multivendor software

 

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2015 ATM Software Trends Report

The 8th edition of the ATM industry's most influential annual report, the 2015 ATM and Self-Service Software Trends, is now available.

KAL and ATM Marketplace gathered the views of over 700 representatives of the global self-service market to provide financial institutions with a tool they can use to map out future plans. Key areas covered include:

  • Increased focus on ATM security
  • The customer experience
  • ATM estate management
  • Branch transformation

 

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2013 ATM Software Trends Report

For the sixth edition of the industry's most influential annual report, we obtained the views of over 800 global ATM executives. Learn what these executives think about the trends in ATM software by downloading your free copy of the 2013 ATM Software Trends Guide. Includes analysis of:

  • The drive to migrate ATMs to Windows 7 and 8
  • The role of the ATM in the “Branch of the Future”
  • ATM and smartphones providing complementary services
  • The need for a single, standardized view of the ATM network

 

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2012 ATM Software Trends Report

For 2012 we surveyed more than 600 leading ATM executives around the world about their current ATM software and plans for the future. This report contains the analysis of their responses, as well as a regional breakdown from executives in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and Asia-Pacific. Learn about:

  • The desire for new ATM functionality
  • The drivers behind banks changing ATM software
  • What banks want from their ATM software in the future

 

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2011 ATM Software Trends Report

For this industry-leading publication, ATMmarketplace.com surveyed more than 450 global ATM executives about their current software and plans for the future. This report contains an analysis of their responses, as well as a regional breakdown from executives in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia-Pacific.

The report contains insights on how the world's leading banks are using ATM software to:

  • Introduce new functionality to gain a competitive edge and provide better customer service
  • Deliver a consistent customer experience, integrated across multiple channels and mixed ATM estates
  • Support marketing campaigns - both general and targeted one-to-one
  • Shift functions typically handled in branch to the lower cost ATM channel

 

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2010 ATM Software Trends Report

ATMmarketplace.com surveyed 243 of the world’s top executives in the ATM space to get their input on global trends in ATM software. The guide contains an overall analysis of their responses, as well as a regional breakdown from executives in the Americas, EMEA, and Asia-Pacific.

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2009 ATM Software Trends Report

ATM software is constantly evolving, and sometimes the changes take time to understand. This guide analyses recent software changes and looks at current industry trends and coming developments for 2009.

 

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2009 trends
 

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