NCR Corporation, one of the global leaders in consumer transaction technologies has announced that Access Bank Plc one of the leading banks in Africa has enhanced its ATM portfolio with NCR’s latest SelfServ ATMs.
The move, according to a statement is to improve speed of service, reduce downtime and enhance customer experience.
Furthermore, the statement revealed that the NCR’s SelfServ 34 Cash Deposit ATM serves customers with a wide range of transactions like cash deposit and bill payment and can scale to cheques deposit. NCR also delivered SelfServ 34 Dual Dispenser ATMs which can handle high transaction volumes that makes Access Bank available to customer at all times.
“Access Bank aims to give its customers a clear reason to always bank with the best, by delivering banking services that are fast, customer friendly and ultra-reliable,” Executive Director, Operations and IT, Access Bank, Ojini Olaghere.
“NCR has been a market leader and the addition of NCR suite of innovative ATM’s and security solution reiterates our commitment to be the first to drive new innovations in the Nigerian Banking sector and provide world class customer experience,” she added.
As part of the agreement, NCR will also deploy SelfServ 25 and SelfServ 26 ATMs to be located at various stations across Nigeria.
The ATMs will be equipped with NCR industry-leading ATM Skimming Protection Solution (SPS) that uses jammers that generate multiple random signals and prevents any attempt by a criminal to isolate and record data from the magnetic stripe on the card.
“NCR continues to lead the ATM market in Africa with innovations that are critical to help financial institutions to enhance customer experience, reduce operating costs and defend the integrity of the banking channel from fraud attacks,”the country manager, NCR Nigeria, Ahmed Abdel Aziz Hamada explained.
“Consumers and businesses want quick and easy access to banking services. Through our SelfServ ATMs, Access Bank customers will have fast, reliable access to their bank accounts and businesses will be able to make deposits even after their branch has closed.”