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February 18, 2019 | by Octavio Marquez
While fintechs have introduced new innovations to a staid industry, traditional FIs possess great assets that could allow them to surpass the success of fintechs. Here are five key areas FIs should focus on this year.
February 14, 2019 | by Markus Doeinghaus
Let me ask you a question: How do you think your customers view your bank? As a group of individual channels? Or as a single brand, made up of touchpoints and experiences?
February 04, 2019 | by Diebold Nixdorf
You've updated plenty of processes and services in your bank to meet consumer needs and changing times, so why not digitize and evolve your safe deposit verification system? With user-friendly biometric recognition, and a secure audit trail, our new SD Verification is perfect for the digital age.
January 31, 2019 | by Juergen Kisters
Are you embracing and implementing key trends that matter to your consumers?
January 29, 2019 | by Diebold Nixdorf
What happens when an ATM goes down? Take a step-by-step journey with DN AllConnect Services℠ and see how we assist banks everyday by assessing, diagnosing, and fixing their ATMs. Let our team of industry experts take care of your fleet, so you can take care of your customers.
January 22, 2019 | by Doug Diehl
Diebold Nixdorf’s Product Application Services (PAS) team ensures that every branch transformation project we support has access to dedicated branch experts. See some examples in our blog.
January 16, 2019 | by Jeff Bender
It’s no secret that we’re all using our smartphones for just about everything these days. But what’s interesting about changing consumer behavior is how things stay the same. People aren’t swapping one channel for another, they’re just using them all more strategically.
January 03, 2019 | by Devon Watson
The evolution of payments is an ongoing story. Beginning with barter-based economies that led to the invention of money and cash transactions, the rise and near-fall of checks and the creation of cards and its related infrastructure, to the rising adoption of mobile and digital payments today, to biometrics and wearables around the corner. None of these ‘payment eras’ occurred in linear order: there are overlaps, reversals, even surprising continuity.