The ATM Industry Association today published a new white paper showing how the ATM industry can create long-term stability for its future operating systems by embracing next generation ATM architecture in a dual migration to W10 and a new vendor-agnostic API App model for ATMs.
“Sometimes an industry finds itself at the crossroads. Such a time has arrived for the global ATM industry,” explained Mike Lee, CEO of ATMIA. “Time has conspired to bring about two massive industry projects in the same time frame. Firstly, the 2020 sunset for support for the W7 operating system for ATMs is rapidly approaching. At the same time, ATMIA is guiding the global industry on its most ambitious future-proofing exercise to date – the migration to next generation ATMs and our blueprint for a new API App model for ATMs.”
ATMIA’s White Paper on the Dual Migration to Windows 10 and Next Gen ATM Architecture, expertly and sensitively authored by award-winning payments consultant, Eric de Putter, of Payment Redesign, analyses the convergences of these two industry-wide migrations and assesses the potential for combining the two into one strategy.
“ATMIA’s next gen ATM project gives huge hope to our industry and shows how to eventually jump off the Microsoft merry-go-round with much greater global interoperability for vendor agnostic systems.”
The white paper explains all the key factors to consider for planning a dual migration to W10 and, in conjunction, to a more agnostic architecture and platform for running ATM services.
Enquiries should be sent to Mike Lee at email@example.com