San Francisco bank Wells Fargo has added Korean and Vietnamese language screens to its network of over 6200 cash machines.
Wells Fargo said last week that it had Web-enabled its entire ATM network. The two new language options have been added to the bank's new Windows-based webATM units.
The webATM system allows the bank to update and add new services to its ATM network remotely, making it easier to implement system improvements - such as adding new languages.
Jonathan Velline, head of ATM banking, says: "Adding Korean and Vietnamese language screens to our ATMs helps us better serve the business and personal banking needs of two of our fastest growing diverse segments."
The webATM units now feature six language screen options - English, Spanish, Chinese, Hmong, Korean and Vietnamese.