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Opinions Sought From Independent ATM Deployers


Have some thoughts on the state of the ATM industry? The ATM Industry Association, or ATMIA, and Kahuna ATM Solutions would like to hear them for their annual U.S. Independent ATM Deployer Survey.

Issues include the health of the industry, legislation and compliance, EMV and mobile payments.

The sponsors plan to reveal the suvey results during the 2013 ATMIA U.S. Conference and Expo., Feb. 19-21, at the Westin Kierland Resort & Spa in Scottsdale, Ariz.

“I encourage all U.S.-based IADs to take a few minutes to complete the survey,” says Bryan Bauer, president of Kahuna ATM Solutions, a business-development service company dedicated to ATM deployers.

"Surveys like this help us to hear the heartbeat of our members,” says David N. Tente, U.S. executive director for ATMIA, a global trade association.

Results of last year’s survey, available on the Kahuna website, showed that despite an uncertain economic climate and the other, most deployers planned to grow their businesses in 2012. The 2012 survey also revealed the biggest concerns for deployers were compliance mandates, network changes and the increasing cost of doing business, and market saturation.

Visit http://survey.constantcontact.com/survey/a07e6io65z4h8dk0b5e/a001h978qlzs/questions to participate in the survey.



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