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Pandemic Spurs Investment in Contactless Technology

The global COVID-19 pandemic has a significant impact on both the habits of society and the banking sector. The World Health Organization recommended avoiding contact with surfaces in public places to decrease the spread of the virus. Banks increased the limit for contactless payments without the PIN.

Equity Bank Kenya Limited will provide ATM security with ATMeye.iQ

Equity Bank Kenya Limited has acquired 280 ATMeye.iQ software licenses to protect their ATM network. This solution was developed by BS/2 to provide ATM security, resolve disputes, and prevent fraud. The solution was implemented smoothly through collaboration with local partner Technology Associates Kenya.

BS/2 Provides a Full Maintenance Service On Banking Equipment Even During Quarantine

Due to the rapid global coronavirus disease spread, the WHO announced the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic on March 11. Most countries have introduced quarantine and recommended their citizens to isolate themselves from social contact. Schools, kindergartens, shops, cafes, restaurants and other public gathering places were closed. Many companies let their employees work from home.

EuroShop-2020: How the World of Retail Equipment is Changing

The world's largest specialized exhibition for retailers and their partners EuroShop 2020 was held in Dusseldorf from February 16 to 20. The event takes place once every three years. This year it brought together more than 2,300 participants from 60 countries. In total, about 114,000 guests visited the exhibition this year.

ATMeye.iQ Will Ensure ATM Safety in Turkey

BS/2 in cooperation with Analistim Bilisim expands its area of operation and enters the Turkish market with ATMeye.iQ – the ATM software solution, which helps protect banking equipment, resolve disputes and prevent fraud.

Banking Fusion Conference in Tashkent: The main trends of self-service banking

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The International conference Banking Fusion 2019 dedicated to the development of self-service banking channels was held in Tashkent from November 26 to 27. The event brought together about 100 representatives of the financial industry from Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Russia, Belarus, Germany, Lithuania, and Switzerland to discuss how the world of self-service banking has changed in recent years and how this affects the banking industry. The conference was organized by Penkių kontinentų bankinės technologijos (BS/2) and supported by the Uzbekistan Banking Association, Diebold Nixdorf and Sargent&Greenleaf.

How to Manage Cash Circulation: Technological Innovations of the Industry Were Discussed In Tashkent

International Conference “Cash Circulation, Collection and Cash Operations in the Bank“ was held in Tashkent from November 12 to 13. The event became a platform where bank managers, vendors, banking solutions developers and suppliers met to discuss current industry issues. Over 140 representatives of the banking industry from the CIS countries, Europe and the Central Asian region attended the conference.