Thanks to new drive-up cash machines, Saudi Hollandi Bank will offer customers drive-up cash withdrawals at even more locations in the future.
The Indonesian Bank Tabungan Negara has signed a two-year agreement with Wincor Nixdorf to operate its 370 ATMs from a variety of manufacturers.
The German Banking Industry Committee (GBIC) has issued its approval for Wincor Nixdorf's hardware and software solution for girocard transaction processing, which the company can now offer on the German market for the processing of cashless payment transactions.
Wincor Nixdorf, a leading retail banking IT solutions provider, has announced that Richard Broadbent and Gary Mahon have joined Wincor Nixdorf UK & Ireland's Banking Division as General Manager, Banking and Head of Professional Services, Banking respectively.
Wincor Nixdorf, a global leader in advanced retail and banking IT solutions, today announced updates to four of its products that are used by retailers to automate their point of sale, streamline back office activities, and provide consumers with a seamless omnichannel shopping experience.
ProFlex4, Wincor Nixdorf's new standard ATM software, enables banks to introduce a host of new functions at ATMs and other self-service systems.
Wincor Nixdorf, a leading retail and banking IT solutions provider, has been selected by Travelex to provide payment processing services for its ATMs for another seven years and will support Travelex as it undertakes a period of business growth.
There is a widening gap between Americans' digital expectations and what their banks are delivering, but firms that act to shape their use of technology to deliver personalised services could significantly boost their profits, research from Cisco suggests.
At €2,469 million, net sales generated by AG in fiscal 2013/2014 were comparable to the amount reported for the previous financial year. The company recorded EBITA of €155 million, up 17 % on the figure posted for the previous year (2012/2013: €132 million).
Wincor Nixdorf has received an order from Sparkasse Mainz for the operation of its 117 self-service systems. The framework agreement will run for a term of ten years and also includes the replacement of around 60 self-service systems by 2016 as well as the migration of 38 systems to Windows 7. Wincor Nixdorf currently operates a total of 6,000 systems for German savings banks.
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