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Mindshare: Emerging Opportunities for Cash Recycling

In this mindshare we dive into the role of cash and the viability of cash recycling amid the expanding popularity of digital payments. Dominic Hirsch, Managing Director of RBR and Juergen Kisters, Vice President of Banking Marketing at Diebold Nixdorf discuss the future role of cash and cash recycling, regional differences in adoption and its importance for SMBs.

Mindshare: Optimizing the Cash Cycle

As cash transactions happen en masse daily within both the branch and self-service networks, there is growing pressure to ensure that the flow is optimized and costs are minimized. We spoke with Peter Woydich from Planfocus and our own Marco Goltz and Henning Nattmann to understand what opportunities FIs should leverage to increase efficiencies in cash cycle management.

Blog: Steps to cash automation and benefits of cash recycling

In a cash recycling scenario, your own consumers are replenishing your ATMs for free. Are you taking advantage of it?

Blog: Is Cash Management Your New Hotspot for Cost Savings?

With the increasingly tight squeeze on delivering cost savings and business efficiencies, cash management could be an untapped hotspot for you organization? Despite a rise in digital banking, consumer demand for cash remains constant. By taking a more coordinated, automated and technology driven approach to managing the cash in your network, you can save time, remove costs and reduce business risk.

Blog: Innovating in Uncertain Times: What Can Financial Institutions Learn From Other Markets?

There is plenty of inspiration to be taken from retail-banking landscapes around the globe. It’s a landscape with a lot of moving—and still emerging—parts. But, it’s an opportunity for FIs to flex their capabilities and customer-centricity, and spend time critically assessing how they will evolve their offerings to meet the needs of the (as-yet uncertain) future.

Blog: It’s Time to Expand the Definition of Financial Inclusion

Financial inclusion consists of many different facets and priorities that vary by geography, but it starts with financial education and securing access to financial services. As people progress to “actively banked” they experience positive changes that impact not only the individual and their immediate family, but their villages, communities and society as a whole. This bl

Whitepaper: Sustainable Banking: A Guide to Taking Action

From climate change to plastic straws, environmental issues have become an ubiquitous part of the global news cycle. Financial institutions may not be in the habit of offering consumers single-serving straws—but you still have many opportunities drive positive environmental and social impact through green operations and financial inclusion.

Blog:  I’ve Been on Both Sides of the Small-Business/Bank Relationship. Here’s What I See Happening in the Industry.

Bankers and small-business owners have some interesting commonalities. Most small business owners are looking for anything that can make their day-to-day business easier. Interestingly enough, FIs are now finding themselves with some of the same concerns as small businesses – limited resources and virtual access to services and data, along with a re-prioritized need to transform how they conduct business and serve their customers.

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