Moneycorp, the currency specialist, has launched a new multi-currency ATM network using technology from global provider NCR Corporation (NYSE: NCR) at UK airports during one of the busiest summers on record.
The new NCR SelfServ ATMs will enable consumers to withdraw sterling, euros and US dollars using a debit or credit card at major gateways, including Gatwick, Stansted, Southend and Southampton airports. The ATMs feature Moneycorp's direct currency conversion software that gives consumers access to the currency provider's latest foreign exchange rates. The ATMs are being supplied by ATMRC, a member of the NCR Interact Global Partner Program.
Alan Chambers, Head of Automated Cash Solutions at Moneycorp, said, "Making currency accessible is key to delivering a great service to our customers. We're excited to be launching our new sterling and foreign currency dispensing ATMs this year. "Working with ATMRC and NCR has given us a great opportunity to give airport passengers an alternative, automated option for purchasing their foreign currency - as well as servicing the thousands of people with sterling requirements as well."
Kim Cheah, Sales Director at ATMRC commented, "ATMRC has provided Moneycorp with the NCR hardware, ATM and security software and support services to help meet high demand for foreign exchange and domestic currency in busy airports. As an Advanced Solution Provider and part of the NCR Interact Global Partner Program, we've got the skills and expertise to deploy and support this new solution."
The airports are being equipped with NCR SelfServ 22 Lobby ATMs and SelfServ 26 Through the Wall and vestibule ATMs. They run on NCR APTRA™ Advance NDC self-service ATM software and feature NCR APTRA Promote campaign management software that enables Moneycorp to update the advertising content on its ATM screens.
Moneycorp is also using NCR APTRA Exchange software so that software patch updates and other management tasks to be handled remotely and NCR Solidcore for APTRA™, a multivendor software security solution with real-time alerts that works proactively to allow only authorized code to run on the ATMs, rather than reacting to known attacks as they arise.