Diebold Nixdorf (NYSE: DBD), a world leader in driving connected commerce, will demonstrate a number of solutions that augment and enhance consumer journeys in the banking and retail industries at this year’s Money20/20 conference in Las Vegas – the largest global event focused on payments and financial services.
Understanding the unique and ever-changing business needs of banks and retailers on a global scale, Diebold Nixdorf has partnered with leading technology providers, including Google and Mastercard, to accelerate the future of banking, payments and retail convergence within the digital ecosystem. At booth #1912, Diebold Nixdorf will display how it transforms banking and shopping through software, services and digital touchpoints via integrated self-service solutions.
In an effort to enhance and enable shopping experiences at every touchpoint of the customer journey, Diebold Nixdorf’s VynamicTM Engage, the cloud-based software-as-a-service solution, in collaboration with Google, enables retailers to easily get up and running on local inventory ads – an ad format that lets searching shoppers easily see what inventory is available in stores near them. With Google, Vynamic Engage helps retailers seamlessly close the loop of digital advertising from mobile and online all the way through in-store and point of sale, and provides ad attribution statistics viewable through a common Vynamic Engage interface.
Retailers increasingly acknowledge that the consumer journey now starts at home or remotely on mobile, with pre-purchase advertising needing to keep pace with the ever-growing content consumers are presented with on a daily basis. With Vynamic Demand, retailers can connect with consumers during the entire customer journey – whether it be at home, in-store and on-the-go through audio triggers, geo-fencing, and Bluetooth beacons.
To accelerate banking transformations, Diebold Nixdorf, in partnership with Mastercard, offers digital transactions, including cardless and cash pick up enabled with Vynamic software leveraging cash recycling automation solutions. This extends the benefits to financial institutions looking to optimize their cash management expenses. Serving both banked and underbanked consumers, this solution drives net new transactions to secure, authenticated self-service endpoints, such as ATMs.
By leveraging a data-driven Internet of Things (IoT) infrastructure, Diebold Nixdorf AllConnect ServicesSM fully optimizes efficiencies and transforms operations to enable financial institutions and retailers to focus on their core competencies and consumer experiences. Diebold Nixdorf AllConnect Services serves as the “wrapper” for all functioning hardware and software to keep operations running smoothly no matter what size the business model is.
In support of a connected commerce ecosystem bridging both merchants and banks, Diebold Nixdorf will showcase powerful digital solutions that support the seamless intersection of banking and shopping by improving payment options and streamlined operational management of cash. The Beetle iPOS & CS 4040 Lobby Recycler embody cross-segment connected commerce connecting the retailer and bank through physical and digital channels.
“We recognize that the landscape for banks and retailers is constantly evolving, and the unique challenges they face as a result when it comes to their business needs,” said Gerrard Schmid, Diebold Nixdorf president and chief executive officer. “As the leader in driving connected commerce, we aim to be the partner that offers personalized, secure and data-driven technologies to help banks and retailers throughout their digital transformation journeys.”
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