The US-based computer hardware, software and electronics company enables more than 485 million transactions daily across retail, financial, travel, hospitality, telecom and technology, and small business, according to top officials of the company.
The company on Tuesday showcased its suite of innovative omni-channel technologies at the 'NCR Omni-Channel Consumer Experience Forum' for the banking, retail and travel industry in the
NCR will concentrate on strengthening its leadership position in the
"We are encouraged to see banks and retail organisations in the region using technology that makes interaction with their customers more meaningful. It is therefore an excellent opportunity for us to support this positive trend by introducing innovative technologies that can dramatically change customers' experience," Hanna said.
NCR, which is the largest ATM manufacturer, enjoys nearly 80 per cent market share of installed ATMs in the
It is estimated that by 2018 the installed base of ATMs in the
For meeting the needs of travellers, NCR is demonstrating self-service check-in solutions as well as dynamic mobile boarding passes to cut wait times and deliver right-time, right-place offers. NCR is also showcasing its award-winning Wayfinding Solution, an interactive, self-service navigation system that helps people find their destination, drives revenue through advertising and the location of shops, restaurants and services, and reduces demands on staff by encouraging self-service.
NCR innovative omni-channel platforms provide more choice, greater control, and increased flexibility to its customers to improve service, cut costs and drive sales, said
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