European ATMs conference combines intelligent innovation with latest insights
On 14th and 15th June 2016, leading banks and technology suppliers will gather in London for European ATMs 2016, the largest conference dedicated to ATMs in Europe.
Full two-day speaker programme comprises cutting-edge bank case studies
European ATMs 2016 centres on a streamed speaker programme which contains bank case studies from around the world and includes keynote speakers from the European Central Bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, Austrian Mint and the Bank of England. Industry experts share presentations on progressive ATM projects from a wide range of countries including Australia, Germany, Iran, Nigeria, Poland, Russia, Turkey and the UK.
Confirmed topics addressed during the conference include: effective multichannel and omnichannel strategies, deposit automation and cash recycling, cardless and contactless ATM technology, biometric authentication, adapting ATM strategy to consumer behaviour, driving ATM profitability and insights into the future of ATMs.
The ATM remains a vital touchpoint between banks and their customers
The event is organised by specialist research and consulting firm, RBR, and the ATM Industry Association (ATMIA). Rowan Berridge, Associate at RBR notes, “from young markets with large unbanked populations, to the most sophisticated where consumers can choose from an increasingly wide array of banking channels, the ATM remains a vital touchpoint between banks and their customers”.
Extensive exhibition area showcases the ATM industry’s latest innovations
Delegates have the opportunity to engage directly with speakers, both in Q&A discussions and during the extended coffee and lunch breaks which offer an unrivalled chance to network with industry peers. Over 600 senior executives, representing more than 200 organisations from 45 countries are expected to attend this year’s event.
The large exhibition hall is an ideal space for making contacts and exchanging ideas while viewing the latest in ATM innovation and ingenuity. Prominent ATM manufacturers, software specialists and service providers display and demonstrate their latest offerings, often in conjunction with banks and IADs which bring their first-hand experience of implementing these solutions.
Conference Organiser, Rachel Kelley, says, “as banks increasingly focus on automating branch processes and IADs evolve to meet new market demands, this year’s event promises to inform with a high level of intelligent thinking and advanced ATM strategy”.
Interested parties should visit www.rbrlondon.com/europeanatms for further information.