ING Bank in Romania Selects Wincor Nixdorf

Wednesday 22 September 2004 10:21 CET | News

ING Bank Romania has opened its first self-service branch in the Romanian banking market and is equipped with Wincor Nixdorf ProCash 3100 und ProConsult 2000 self-service systems.

This order is the result of a long-standing partnership between ING Bank, Wincor Nixdorf and its Romanian partner Romsys who have developed – and now implemented – a new self-service concept for the Romanian market. ING Bank in Romania now has Wincor Nixdorfs ProCash 3100 cash recycling system capable of distinguishing, checking, counting, sorting and booking bundles of up to 400 banknotes (bills) in a single transaction. This system also offers standard cash withdrawal functionality and can be upgraded to a true cash recycling system – i.e. cash deposits and cash withdrawals within a closed loop. This means there is no longer any need for manpower-intensive cash checking operations by two independent persons. Instead, the banknotes are counterfeit-checked and can be made available for withdrawal without leaving the machine. In this way, time-consuming, cost-intensive replenishment and emptying procedures can be minimized. The ProConsult 2000 self-service terminal (SST) handles cashless transactions such as money transfers, payments to utility providers and phone companies, and also cash transfers between accounts, thereby saving banking customers a huge amount of time. In addition, Wincor Nixdorfs ProTopas web extension platform will enable ING Bank to make use of all the Internet has to offer when it comes to its SSTs. On-screen elements such as graphics and text, and multimedia components like audio, video and screen animation can be stored either locally on an SST or centrally on the web server. The result is a uniform look and feel across all the banks self-service channels - whether Internet banking, cash machines or SSTs. This web-based technology also enables trouble-free introduction of new solutions. This order has enabled Wincor Nixdorf to fend off its competition once again and further expand its self-service business in Eastern Europe.

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