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Lead Story

According to the street

News

Industry Update

February brings new payment schemes

Durbin delaying EMV road map

Checkout surcharging facts debated

Features

How effectively are banks reaching financially underserved?

Research Rundown

Selling Prepaid

Prepaid in brief

Prepaid leading 'a la carte' revolution

Praise, criticism for UC card programs

Views

Are your merchants surcharging card customers?

Patti Murphy
ProScribes Inc.

Education

Street SmartsSM:
Heed merchants' red flags to strengthen your business

Jeff Fortney
Clearent LLC

Can bitcoins become a full-fledged payment system?

Nicholas Cucci
Network Merchants Inc.

How ISOs can work more effectively with MLSs

Christopher Briller and Sean O'Neil
MerchantPro Express LLC

Is relationship selling on the rocks?

Dale S. Laszig
Castles Technology Co. Ltd.

Use the right words to create new revenue via ACH

Sandy Jensen
Empire Bank

Company Profile

Charge Card Systems Inc.

Layered Technologies Inc.

New Products

A portal for ISO apps

P2 App Portal
POS Portal Inc.

ATM without the card

Cardless ATM
Diebold Inc.

Inspiration

Make the most of work

Departments

Readers Speak

2013 events calendar

Resource Guide

Datebook

Skyscraper Ad

The Green Sheet Online Edition

February 25, 2013  •  Issue 13:02:02

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New Products

ATM without the card

Product: Cardless ATM

During the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show held in January 2013, Diebold Inc. unveiled what is being touted as the world's first cardless ATM system.

The system's software integrates with mobile devices via the cloud, allowing customers to complete secure, cardless transactions, Diebold noted. The company will begin pilot testing the new system through financial institutions later this year.

"Mobile devices are driving user experience expectations in all facets of commerce," stated Frank A. Natoli Jr., Executive Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer at Diebold. "It was only a matter of time before the familiar multitouch interface style made its way to the ATM.

"With the burgeoning buying power of the millennial generation, Diebold envisions this technology will further influence user experiences at the ATM."

According to Diebold, its ATM user interface enables touch gestures, such as flick and drag, which are commonly used with today's smart phone and tablet devices. It also employs similar navigation and controls, maintaining the look and feel of existing mobile devices.

The paperless ATM allows users to receive transaction receipts via text message or e-mail, based on personal preference.

With the user's smart phone acting as the authentication device, cardless transactions can reduce security risks associated with lost or stolen cards, or even skimming, Diebold stated, adding that the system issues a one-time authentication code that expires when the transaction has been completed.

Entering transaction details on a smart phone screen instead of an ATM screen also enhances security, the company noted. To operate the system, a preregistered bank customer integrates a mobile device with an ATM by scanning a quick response (QR) code on the ATM's screen, which syncs the device via a cloud-based server and authenticates the user.

To complete the transaction, the customer then uses the smart phone to scan the ATM's QR code, and a transaction screen appears on the phone and prompts the customer to enter a one-time authentication code to complete the transaction and receive cash.

Person-to-person payments are another option, in which case the recipient receives the one-time authentication code for later use at an ATM.

Because the system is cloud-based, it doesn't require onboard computers and thus reduces power requirements. Also, eliminating card readers and receipt printers means terminals require less hardware. And with less hardware to maintain and no dispensable paper to replenish, financial institutions should realize greater uptime from their ATMs, according to Diebold.


Features of Diebold cardless ATM include:


Diebold Inc.
800-999-3600
www.diebold.com

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