Banking is changing. Nothing new there. But the rate at which it is changing seems faster and faster – stoked largely by a pandemic that few saw coming. As customers were pushed to use digital banking for most of their financial transactions, the ATM took on an importance similar to when it first made its appearance in 1967. Only this time, customers needed a full-service physical banking tool to replace the thousands of branches that either closed or had restricted open times.
As banks continue their focus and budget on digital transformation, they also seek ways to stay connected with customers that no longer need a physical interaction in the branch for many banking transactions. An independent surcharge-free network can act as the bridge between digital and physical infrastructure.
Allpoint Network now includes hundreds of cash deposit Allpoint+ ATMs that are surcharge-free for members’ customers. From coast-to-coast and north to south, customers can fulfil many banking transactions at their convenience and ease. This webinar discusses:
How customer banking and consumer behavior has changed and continues to change;
How the Allpoint network is innovating to meet banking and consumer expectations;
How it differs from shared networks and why those differences matter to banks.
Allpoint is the largest surcharge-free ATM network with over 55,000 ATMs in leading national and regional merchant locations across the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Puerto Rico, Australia and Mexico. Allpoint provides greater access, convenience and savings to cardholders while providing institutions with the tools to compete more effectively.
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