Second Quarter 2013 Business Highlights
In the Financial Services segment, NCR maintained its global leadership
position through the deployment of various advanced technologies and
Strategic research and consulting firm RBR identified NCR as the world's
largest supplier of multivendor ATM middleware and applications. In
addition, the report showed that more financial institution ATMs in
North America and the Middle East and Africa region rely on NCR's APTRA™
software suite than any other provider.
Conestoga Bank, a full-service commercial bank serving Southeastern
Pennsylvania, decided to expand its interactive video banking program.
Conestoga was one of the first financial institutions in the country to
use interactive video tellers to conduct transactions beginning in 2012.
Conestoga is now expanding its use of video banking technology by
installing two additional personal teller machines at one of its
In addition, Wright-Patt Credit Union became the first financial
institution in the greater Dayton, Ohio region to adopt new video teller
services for its members. Cadence Bank, a leading regional bank serving
the Southeast and Texas, announced that it will be the first bank in
Birmingham, Alabama to begin using interactive video technology.
NCR also continued to expand availability and usability of its
multivendor software through certification of its NCR APTRA™ software by
Elan Financial Services. Elan's network supports more than 33,000 ATMs
for financial institutions across the U.S., many of which operate
mixed-vendor fleets comprised of ATMs from NCR and other manufacturers.
The certification of NCR APTRA™ will allow U.S. deployers to consolidate
a single ATM software infrastructure across their self-service fleets.
Dollar Bank agreed to replace 60 older non-NCR ATMs with NCR's most
advanced deposit-taking ATMs, NCR SelfServ™ with Scalable Deposit Module
(SDM). NCR SelfServ™ ATMs with SDM make the deposit portion of an ATM
transaction twice as fast. SDM is the only technology in deployment that
allows consumers to deposit both cash and checks simultaneously, in any
orientation, through a single slot. Additionally, all of Dollar Bank's
ATMs will run on NCR APTRA™ Edge multivendor software.
ING DIRECT deployed NCR's APTRATM Passport for Mobile,
branded as Cheque-In™. Cheque-In™ is a simple and convenient way for
consumers to deposit checks into their accounts remotely and allows
clients to take a picture of their check using their mobile device and
have it deposited immediately into their ING DIRECT account. This is the
first such feature available on all major platforms, including Apple
iPhone®, iPad®, iPod®, AndroidTM Phone, AndroidTM
Tablet, BlackBerry® Mobile devices with BB10 OS, and tablets
running Windows® 8.