National City Making $30 Million ATM Investment

Wednesday 7 January 2004 20:37 CET | News

National City Corporation has launched a $30 million initiative that will replace or upgrade all of the banks six-state network of approximately 1,580 ATMs over the next 30 months. Over 1,000 ATMs will be replaced as part of this investment. The new machines, purchased from Diebold are Opteva ATMs that provide consumers with touch screens, the largest liquid crystal display screens in the industry and faster processing speeds. The machines run on a Windows XP operating system and will be equipped with new security features that include consumer awareness mirrors, recessed keypads and display areas to assist in preventing theft and fraud. A choice of English or Spanish text will also be available on all National City ATMs. With the rollout of the new machines and the enhancements to the remaining ATMs in National Citys fleet, 100 percent of National Citys ATM network will provide voice-guidance capabilities for the visually impaired, with a choice of an English or Spanish voice.

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