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July 09, 2007 • Issue 07:07:01

The ATM story in numbers

40 - Number of years the ATM has been in the world, according to John Shepherd-Barron, the ATM's inventor, as quoted by ATMmarketplace.com

1969 - Year the first cash-dispensing ATM was introduced in the United States, according to the American Bankers Association

1971 - Year the first multifunction ATM was introduced in the United States (ABA)

1.67 million - Number of ATMs worldwide, the ATM Industry Association estimates

362 - Seconds that pass before another ATM is installed in the world (ATMIA)

395,000 - Number of ATMs in the United States in 2006 (ABA)

383,000 - Number of ATMs in the United States in 2004 (ABA)

78% - Amount of U.S. ATM transactions in 2003 that were withdrawals, according to Dove Consulting

10.1 billion - Number of ATM transactions in the United States in 2006 (ABA)

11 billion - Number of ATM transactions in the United States in 2004 (ABA)

2,131 - Number of transactions a month per U.S. ATM in 2006 (ABA)

2,400 - Number of transactions a month per U.S. ATM in 2004 (ABA)

195,000 - Number of ISO-owned ATMs in the United States (Dove)

10% - Amount of overall transaction volume in the United States from ISO ATMs (Dove)

25,000+ - Number of ATMs currently owned by Cardtronics, the largest ATM ISO

5,500 - Number of ATMs Cardtronics is acquiring from 7-Eleven Inc. this summer

1,807 - Average number of transactions a month per U.S. financial institution off-premises ATM (Dove)

329 - Average number of transactions a month per U.S. ISO ATM (Dove)

$601 - Average monthly expense per ATM for U.S. ISOs (Dove)

2007 - Year the National Association of ATM ISOs and Operators was founded

40,000 - Number of ATMs the NAAIO represents

66% - Amount of U.S. ATMs in retail or off-premises locations (ABA)

40 million - Number of underbanked U.S. households, according to the Center for Financial Services Innovation end of article

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