Getting More Money Out of the ATM


What works, what doesn’t and what consumers want from secondary ATM revenue strategies.


ATM deployers are under more pressure than ever to generate new revenue streams. Many are facing a major investment to upgrade to Windows 7, migrate to EMV and maintain compliance with the new requirements of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).

Moreover, revenues from interchange are declining. David Tente, ATM Industry Association USA executive director, says most interchange fees paid to U.S. ATM operators range from 20 to 30 cents, around half of what they were five years ago.

This report provides guidance to ATM deployers on ways to maximize revenues from their ATMs by offering non-cash products and services. We got input form 419 people in the ATM industry and 1,057 consumers regarding additional products and services at the ATM. Topics addressed in this comprehensive report include:

  • Co-branding
  • ATM advertising
  • Prepaid cards
  • Mobile-ATM integration
  • Postage stamps
  • Lottery tickets

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