Diebold Nixdorf (DBD) today announced that Murat Ekinci has been named chief information officer (CIO). In this role, Ekinci will be responsible for leading and overseeing Diebold Nixdorf's corporate information technology (IT) organization.
Following the registration of the domination and profit and loss transfer agreement (DPLTA) announced Feb. 14, Diebold Nixdorf, Incorporated (DBD) today announced two key, global leadership changes. Dr. Juergen Wunram, senior vice president and chief integration officer, has been appointed chief operating officer (COO). Wunram also will join the company's board of directors.
Air Bank, an emerging financial institution in the Czech Republic, is partnering with Diebold Nixdorf (NYSE: DBD), the global leader in driving connected commerce, based on its ability to innovate and deliver enhanced consumer experiences with the CS 2020 cash dispenser, software and services.
Ziraat Bank, the largest financial institution in Turkey, is partnering with Diebold Nixdorf to enable a connected consumer experience with advanced software and professional services on 7,000 of the bank’s automated teller machines (ATMs).
Diebold Nixdorf, a leading innovation partner for nearly all of the world’s top 100 financial institutions and a majority of the top 25 global retailers, today announced the opening of an office in Yangon, Myanmar, creating a direct presence in the country for the newly combined company.
According to a World Bank report, more than 50 percent of people in Pakistan remain unbanked—lacking access to critical financial services.
Co-Operative Bank Limited (CB Bank) in Myanmar has awarded Diebold Nixdorf an extensive contract for systems, software and services to expand its self-service cash offerings beyond the country's main commercial hub Yangon.
Saudi Arabia's Al Rajhi Bank has introduced biometric fingerprint readers for instant issuance of customer debit cards across its branch network.
Anti-trust watchdog the CMA has suggested a number of remedies to counteract a reduction in competition for the supply of cashpoints in the UK in the wake of the $1.8 billion merger between Diebold and Wincor Nixdorf.
Austria's Raiffeisen Bank is re-equpping its ATM estate for the future, ordering 1200 new machines from Diebold Nixdorf featuring advanced bill payment and contactless functionalities such as quick response (QR) codes and near field communication (NFC) readers.
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