NCR Corporation has launched the SelfServ 63, a small-footprint cash recycling ATM as the newest addition to its family of cash recyclers.
Built on NCR's second-generation cash recycling technology deployed in 89 countries worldwide, the SelfServe 63 is available now in North America, according to a company press release.
"Worldwide, cash recycling ATMs are a growing component of self-service banking and the NCR SelfServ 63 enables more flexible deployment of this technology," Adam Crighton, NCR's general manager of self-service banking, said in a statement. "As financial institutions and other financial service providers plan for the future, the NCR SelfServ 63 small-footprint cash recycler will help them meet this growing market opportunity."
While designed for locations where floor space is at a premium, the new self-serve device still offers advanced flexibility including the ability to accept, validate, sort and store cash quickly and reliably, the company said. It comes with a 15" or 19" multi-touch display, according to the company's website.
By making the cash it accepts available later to consumers who want to withdraw cash, the cash recycler reduces cash replenishment costs and improves cash availability.
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