ATMIA Report Analyzes Independent ATM Sector In UK

Posted On: 10/11/2019

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SIOUX FALLS, SD -- The ATM Industry Association ( ATMIA) has published a new research report of the Independent ATM sector in the United Kingdom. The study is the next phase of its global study of IAD (Independent ATM Deployer) markets and opportunities.

"ATMIA is delighted to follow up our earlier successful reports on IAD markets in America and Canada with a new study of one of the most well-developed independent ATM sectors in the world," explained ATMIA chief executive Mike Lee. "The association is determined to produce world-class retail sector industry research at reasonable prices and has identified a gap in retail banking research, namely the IAD markets of the world."

In this new industry report, the research editor, industry veteran and consultant Leland Englebardt of Upshot Advisers, interprets the data and trends analysis to show a mature market which still has opportunities for further growth.

The report gives an overview of ATMs in the UK, backed by economic and market data, as well as by information on bank branches and cash demand and ATM density. It also covers ATM revenue sources, including Dynamic Currency Conversion at ATMs, various competitive factors, interchange rates and new potentially dominant evolving technologies like NFC. Security challenges and industry issues are also studied.

"We believe the report offers a complete picture of the IAD market in the UK at a competitive price." Lee concluded. "If you want to understand the UK's current and emerging independent ATM market, or to do a SWOT analysis of it, you need look no further than this well-researched, fact-based study by one of the industry's leading voices of reason."

Members may purchase the paper here for $250. Non-members may purchase the paper here for $650.

ATMIA represents the global ATM industry and serves more than 11,000 members from over 650 participating companies in 67 countries spanning the whole ATM ecosphere, including financial institutions, independent ATM deployers, equipment manufacturers, processors and a plethora of ATM service and value-added solution providers.