Diebold Highlights Branch Transformation Technology At Dubai Conference
12 May 2014
- Dubai, UAE – Diebold, Incorporated (NYSE: DBD) will showcase its latest banking solutions and services at the 2014 Cards and Payment Middle East Conference on May 13-14 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Diebold will demonstrate the following solutions at the conference, which are designed to transform the way financial institutions and consumers interact with the self-service channel:
- the world’s most power-efficient ATM, the Diebold 429
- the Opteva® 820 and 868 Flex Performance Series SM ATMs, which provide financial institutions with advanced deposit automation and enhanced cash recycling functionalities
customized solutions for EMEA-based financial institutions that help optimize branch operations and better serve consumers
- Additionally, Ian Thomas, product marketing manager, Diebold Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) will speak about how advanced self-service solutions and branch design enable
successful branch transformation by promoting transaction migration, increasing operational efficiencies and ultimately delivering a positive consumer experience.
“We are committed to bringing innovative solutions throughout the EMEA market and are excited to share ideas with our Middle East customers and partners, as this is a very important market for Diebold,” said Bassem Bouzid, senior vice president and managing director, Diebold EMEA. . “As financial institution and consumer needs evolve, Diebold listens and responds with strategies and solutions that help our customers achieve their goals.”
To learn more about Diebold’s latest technology, visit Diebold’s booth #J20 at the 2014 Cards & Payments Middle East Conference.
Diebold, Incorporated (NYSE: DBD) is a global leader in providing innovative self-service technology, security systems and related services. Diebold has approximately 16,000 employees worldwide and is headquartered near Canton, Ohio, USA. Visit Diebold at www.diebold.com or on Twitter: http://twitter.com/DieboldInc.