The idea of self-service in retail banking developed through independent and simultaneous efforts in Japan, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States. In the USA, Luther George Simjian has been credited with developing and building the first cash dispenser machine.
ATMs are placed not only near or inside the premises of banks, but also in locations such as shopping centers/malls, airports, grocery stores, petrol/gas stations, restaurants, or anywhere frequented by large numbers of people. There are two types of ATM installations: on- and off-premise. On-premise ATMs are typically more advanced, multi-function machines that complement a bank branch's capabilities, and are thus more expensive. Off-premise machines are deployed by financial institutions and Independent Sales Organizations (ISOs)
ATMs rely on authorization of a financial transaction by the card issuer or other authorizing institution via the communications network. This is often performed through an ISO 8583 messaging system.
ATMs typically connect directly to their host or ATM Controller via either ADSL or dial-up modem over a telephone line or directly via a leased line. Leased lines are preferable to POTS lines because they require less time to establish a connection. Leased lines may be comparatively expensive to operate versus a POTS line, meaning less-trafficked machines will usually rely on a dial-up modem. That dilemma may be solved as high-speed Internet VPN connections become more ubiquitous. Common lower-level layer communication protocols used by ATMs to communicate back to the bank include SNA over SDLC, TC500 over Async, X.25, and TCP/IP over Ethernet.
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ObjectivesTo provide a clear overview of ATM Management best practices from both management and technical perspectives.Learn key essentials in attracting new customers and generating revenues through ATMs.Learn key challenges and decision making process in managing ATM networksLearn strategies and tools to maximise uptime and generate maximum profits from your ATM estateWho should attend ?The session is suitable and essential for individuals responsible for managing, analysing and implementing succesful card related business including:Head of ATMATM ManagersHead of AcquiringHead of Consumer Finance/LendingHead of ATM Channel ManagementHead of IT / CIOBusiness AnalystsWhy attend ?Learn essential elements of the ATM businessUnderstand key aspects to consider when setting and managing and ATM businessEssential guidance on operations, strategy, and deliveryDriving Margins; maximise revenues and cost reduction
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