NCR has teamed up with Finish ATM network operator Automatia to develop a custom pressurisation kit designed to protect cash machines from the harsh Scandinavian winters.
Fujitsu has extended its partnership with Virgin Money to provide a mainframe environment which underpins a broad range of its services. Under the terms of the five-year contract, Fujitsu will continue to license its Virtual Machine Environment (VME) to Virgin Money.
Italian bank UniCredit has begun market tests of a new biometric payment system that uses infra-red sensors at the POS terminal to recognise the geometry of the veins in the palm of the user's hand.
FLEXTERA BI SAP HANA Edition - the joint solution of Diasoft, Fujitsu and SAP - allows minimizing the use of internal IT resources for the support of business processes and reducing the time for the implementation of business changes and architecture scaling.
VeriFone Systems, Inc. (NYSE: PAY), and Fujitsu have entered a partnership agreement to offer retailers sophisticated mobile retailing solutions powered by VeriFone GlobalBay and integrated with the Fujitsu GlobalSTORE® solution, or as a standalone mobile point of sale (POS).
Half of Britain's financial services firms think that mobile banking is already important to their customers, while 71% predict it will be by 2015, according to a survey from Fujitsu.
Tokyo Financial Exchange Inc. (TFX) announced today that it will introduce a new trading system for interest rate futures contracts, which will be developed by Fujitsu Limited, replacing the current Liffe Connect system.
Fujitsu Frontech North America Inc. (FFNA), a leader in innovative technology and front-end solutions, and Tidel Engineering, L.P. a global leader in intelligent cash management solutions, today announced the full integration of Fujitsu's PalmSecure biometric authentication solution into Tidel's Revolution® series of "Closed Loop System" cash automation products.
More than two thirds of UK financial services firms think that the rate of IT change they are facing is too quick to keep up with and half feel their own technology is hindering their attempts to do so, according to Fujitsu.
In what it claims is a first, Japan's Ogaki Kyoritsu Bank is rolling out ATMs that use palm-scanning biometric technology from Fujitsu to identify customers instead of cards.
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