Atm Systems

Written by James McLean
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If you have ever spent a few extra seconds staring at a confusing ATM splash screen, you may have noticed that many ATM systems are designed differently from one another. Some use touch screens, some offer different prompts and nearly all of them use slightly different wording. For the customer in a hurry, it can be a needless inconvenience.

The most popular ATM systems are probably the ones owned and designed by banks. These are the software designs that have undergone the most rigorous testing to integrate seamlessly with existing services. Anything less and you might find customers head to a different cash source.

Other ATM Solutions

The good news is that a number of independent companies have begun releasing ATM solutions that are as versatile as the ones you find at the bank. The best of these can go anywhere, communicate with every major bank, and charge little in overage for the privilege. If you are a business owner looking to add some convenience to your customers' experiences, these versatile new solutions may be the answer.

Top ATM companies are finally getting the message that bulky interfaces and silly designs don't exactly inspire confidence. If you want machines that are fast, safe and financially transparent, you may want to look into the new entries form major suppliers. The best of these can boost your revenues by a considerable percentage if you install them in high traffic areas.


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