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Webinar – Key findings from 2014 ATM Software Trends Report

 

For the seventh year in a row, ATMmarketplace and KAL have joined forces to produce the ATM industry's most influential annual report, "2014 ATM Software Trends and Analysis".

As with previous editions of the guide, the goal for the 2014 edition is to provide a tool FIs can use to map out their plans for the future.

Having sought the views of almost 800 of the world's top ATM executives, this year's report highlights precisely what the key expectations and trends are in areas including:

  • Windows 7 migration;
  • The future role of the ATM;
  • The future of the branch;EMV migration;
  • Mobile-ATM migration;
  • Cash recycling at ATMs.

As such, you are invited to join KAL VP of Sales, Steve Hensley, and Suzanne Cluckey, ATMmarketplace editor, for this special webinar as they analyse the report's key findings and identify what industry leaders consider to be the most compelling issues and important innovations in ATM software.

Register here.

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