NCR Corporation has started the deployment of Microsoft's Windows 10 Internet of Things (IoT) Enterprise software with an European financial institution.
The implementation, a first for the global retail banking industry, will enable banks to future-proof their ATMs and to deliver improved functionality, including contactless access, where customers can withdraw cash by simply tapping their card or smartphone at the machine, mobile-like interactions such as pinch, swipe and zoom, and upgraded security measures.
"This enterprise deployment of Windows 10 IoT is the latest exciting development in NCR's longstanding commitment to providing innovative and customer-focused solutions to global financial institutions," said Jose Resendiz, vice president, financial services at NCR Corporation. "At NCR, we design intelligent and interactive experiences across all consumer touchpoints leveraging the proliferation of connected IoT devices, including ATMs"
NCR's leadership in hardware, software and services solutions helps customers unlock amazing experiences across physical and digital channels in an increasingly connected economy. NCR is a top-10 provider of banking technologies, according to the 2016 IDC Financial Insights FinTech rankings, and powers eight of the top 10 mobile banking apps, according to MagnifyMoney.
"The financial services industry is being transformed by the Internet of Things (IoT)," said Rodney Clark, vice president of device sales, Microsoft Corp. "Microsoft and NCR have enjoyed a longstanding partnership and we're excited to see them bring their new Windows 10 IoT powered ATMs to market. Financial institutions see the value in the Windows 10-powered ATMs as they provide the security, compliance and confidence to meet their needs."