On September 28, BS/2 in cooperation with Diebold Nixdorf representatives held a webinar "DN Series: The Advanced Technology Platform with Optimal Cost of Ownership", where the capabilities of the new type of ATMs - DN Series - were presented.
During the two years since the DN Series was first announced, these self-service devices have been successfully tested by dozens of banks in Eastern Europe, Central Asia and the Caucasus region. Financial institutions now have the opportunity to evaluate the advantages of the new RM4 banknote recycling module, as well as the modern design and ergonomics of the ATMs.
Moreover, DN Series devices have been launched en masse by several banks operating in the Baltic States as well as in Uzbekistan.
"The experience of real industrial operation of the DN Series is invaluable for us as a company that is responsible for the operation of the devices in front of the customers and provides, among other things, the service. The ergonomics and design of the new range of ATMs immediately attracted attention. However, it was much more important to prove that this solution has high fault tolerance characteristics and is able to provide operational efficiency of the self-service channel for banks," says Tomas Augucevičius, BS/2 Deputy CEO.
Specialized webinar for almost 90 participants from 8 countries (Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan) allowed to understand technological features of DN Series ATMs.
"Modern ATMs have evolved from relatively unsophisticated devices that only accept and dispense banknotes into virtually fully functional mini-offices of banks. This allows customers to carry out complex transactions, including currency exchange, disbursement of credit products and deposit processing. And also receive targeted offers without visiting bank branches," says Anton Tyurin, Diebold Nixdorf self-service banking systems expert, one of the webinar speakers.
BS/2 Commercial Director Kornelijus Šišla told the webinar participants about the implementation of the key outsourcing project in the Baltic countries, which uses DN Series equipment, outlining the prospects for self-service banking transformation for Luminor Bank.
For his part, Anton Valinčius, head of the Central Asia region at BS/2, presented the results of the project to develop a fleet of self-service devices for one of the key clients in Uzbekistan - Ipak Yuli Bank. In recent years, the bank has been actively increasing both the number of automated service points and the set of features provided to end clients.
A recording of the webinar and detailed information about DN Series ATMs is available here.
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