NCR establishes remote management facility in Bombay
24 May 2002 | 2698 views | 0
NCR Corporation has established a new automated teller machine (ATM) channel management centre in India.
The new centre is housed in a 5000 square-foot facility in Bombay. Operating on a 24-hour basis, the centre can support a full range of financial self-service solutions and network management. It currently has the capacity to manage more than 6000 ATMs and will be able to expand in the future to meet growing customer demand, says the company.
The centre already provides a range of managed services to State Bank of India (SBI) and Corporation Bank.
Chris Cheadle, NCR worldwide customer services (WCS) vice president for Asia Pacific, notes: "India, along with China, promises to be among the fastest growing countries in terms of the ATM market."