With the ATM & Payments Innovation Summit just weeks away, international payments software experts Renovite Technologies is preparing to showcase its cloud-native next-generation ATM solution at the annual conference which will be held in Madrid from October 17 – 19.
The team will explain and demonstrate to delegates from around the world how its cloud-native payment software Reno-ATM can be used to outperform existing legacy platforms in the ATM sector, enabling them to deliver the next-generation in consumer service innovation.
Highlights from Renovite’s ATM solution suite, which the team will be on-hand to explain and demo, include:
·Unrestricted ATM configuration power;
·Flexible transaction orchestration;
·Robust automated testing;
·Hardware agonistic ATM client software for Windows and Linux.
David Smith, senior product manager at Renovite Technologies, who will be presenting at the conference at 12:30 on Friday 19 October, said:
"We are here to inspire delegates by showing them how our technology can help them meet the requirements of 21st-century financial institutions and evolving consumer demands. The problem with many of today’s systems is they operate using code written in the 1980s and 1990s which is severely outdated, hindering organisations’ ability to innovate. We will be showing delegates how Reno-ATM eliminates this historical litany of constraints.
“Legacy systems have been patched up over the years, a bit like an old car. But, under the surface, they are no longer fit for purpose. The main issue with these legacy platforms – or what we call legacy dragons, is that they are too complex and expensive to change. Organisations are forced to keep spending more and more money to fix problems rather than transform their business to drive new growth. Happily, Renovite has both the modern technology and payments expertise to resolve these infrastructure challenges.”
Renovite will be demonstrating Reno-ATM at booth 34 and invite anyone with an interest in Next Gen cloud-native ATM solutions to visit their space for a one-to-one interactive session.