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How is NCR helping to create connected experiences in the financial world, and helping to positively disrupt the way things have been done for decades?

Published in Development

Australians will continue to use cash in tandem with digital payment solutions, according to new research revealing that an average of 66% of consumers are withdrawing cash from ATMs at least once a month – with just over half logging into their mobile banking apps every week.

Published in Market

The leak of a massive trove of data in Sweden has recently come to light, with the actual leak having happened nearly two years ago. But the person responsible was only docked half a month's pay.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Thursday, 01 December 2016 13:01

ANZ launches BladePay mobile payments solution

The ANZ Bank has launched its mobile payments system for business customers — BladePay — and announced that six point-of-sale vendors are now developing customised applications for the platform.

Published in Strategy

SkyBus, operators of Melbourne’s express CBD to airport transport service, has rolled out self-serve ticketing on its Melbourne routes using omni-channel solutions from global transactions technology provider NCR.

Published in Deals
Tuesday, 10 May 2016 14:41

Synnex to distribute NCR in Australia, NZ

ICT distribution company Synnex Australia will distribute NCR’s range of transactions products in the Australian and New Zealand markets, including its hospitality hardware line, RealPOS Series and accessories.

Published in Resellers
Tuesday, 15 September 2015 16:02

Avaya elevates Abou-Ltaif to multi-region presidency

Communications systems provider Avaya has appointed Nidal Abou-Ltaif as president for Europe, Middle East & Africa and Asia-Pacific.

Published in People Moves
Monday, 14 September 2015 21:34

NCR, Fujitsu win at the check out with Coles

Transaction technology provider NCR and IT services company Fujitsu and transaction have been recognised by Coles in the retail and supermarket group’s supplier awards.

Monday, 17 August 2015 14:00

Nuix nabs veteran Vawdrey for COO role

Cybersecurity specialist Nuix has appointed Rod Vawdrey as its chief operating officer.

Published in People Moves

NCR, the 130 year old retail innovator, has unleashed its Retail ONE platform to invigorate and digitally enable retailers while providing frictionless shopping experiences for consumers.

The ANZ claims banking will be safer and easier for its customers with the planned introduction of new technology to its ATMs and enhancements to its FastPay app for processing credit and debit cards through mobile devices.

Wednesday, 12 March 2014 08:38

Pure Storage aims for new heights with Alp

Flash storage specialist Pure Storage has appointed Michael Alp as vice president of the company's Asia Pacific and Japan operations.

Published in People Moves

Major financial institution to trial new video conferencing ATMs that offer'any time, anywhere' personalised serviceSYDNEY, Australia - NCR Corporation (NYSE: NCR), the world's leading automated teller machine (ATM) manufacturer and service provider, today unveiled new technology that lets consumers video-conference with live, remote bank tellers directly from its ATMs.

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Tuesday, 12 July 2011 15:46

Compuware makes two senior appointments

Compuware has appointed Gordon Vick as ANZ partner manager and Peter Martin as ANZ managed services partner.

Published in People Moves

Microsoft Australia has appointed Craig Foster as its enterprise and partner director.

Published in People Moves
Wednesday, 08 September 2010 12:02

Oracle hires Hurd - HP takes it to court

Oracle has hired Mark Hurd, only to be faced with a lawsuit filed by HP in an attempt to stop its former CEO working for a competitor.

Published in People Moves
New Zealand  banking  group, BNZ, is set to deploy NCR ATM’s which use printing technology that NCR claims reduces paper consumption by as much as 45 percent, with printing on both sides of a thermal paper receipt.

Published in Market
Many Australians have apparently reacted to the current financial crisis by abandoning or limiting their use of credit and debit cards and are now using cash as a way to control their spending, according to a study by ATM manufacturer, NCR.

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