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July 17, 2019 | BY Diebold Nixdorf

Cash recycling ATMs give financial institutions the power to control their entire cash management process from end to end. We sat down with Volksbank Albstadt’s Head of Facility Management, Joachim Schmalzl, to discuss how the bank successfully implemented recycling—and how their cash cycle was transformed as a result.

June 18, 2018 | BY Dewi Thomas

Changing consumer behavior and new competitive challengers are driving financial institutions to focus on the consumer experience. Yet internal pressures force them to split that focus. So how do you manage to improve the CX when there are a million other things to do?

June 14, 2018 | BY Matthew Phillips

Bringing down the cost of cash management in branch could be a real game-changer for financial networks up and down the country. So much so, that by 2021 67% of newly installed automated deposit terminals are expected to be cash recycling-enabled.

May 14, 2018 | BY Tim Hoover

A new case study we just released offers an excellent window into how banks and credit unions can reap pretty astounding efficiency gains behind the teller line. This is a common project we work on

August 22, 2017 | BY Diebold Nixdorf

There are as many customized solutions to help you optimize cash cycle management as there are unique challenges. Explore how five different financial institutions addressed their cash-management p

August 16, 2017 | BY Diebold Nixdorf

One of the biggest struggles we face as an industry is getting everyone in an organization to innovate in harmony. Competing priorities, budgets, perspectives and cultures can stymie attempts to dr

July 27, 2017 | BY Diebold Nixdorf

Customers want denomination choice at the ATM—they want cash their way. As our Software Product Manager pointed out in a previous blo

June 27, 2017 | BY Diebold Nixdorf

In the complex, ever-evolving financial ecosystem, the most enduring element continues to be cash. Despite the myriad of payment methods now at our disposal, consumers still rely on cash as the sim