It seems an impossible puzzle to solve: even though more and more customers are going cashless and the opportunity for a rationalisation of ATM networks seems strong, access to cash is still essential for many people. Banks are then under great social pressure to ensure people can have access to cash, while closely considering the cost of delivery and whether ATM networks are profitable.

Read this article by Mark Aldred, our VP of International Sales, to find out why in many countries, ATM pooling agreements are being implemented by banks as the answer to provide widespread cash services in an efficient and cost-effective way, and how Auriga is helping Batopin, the Belgian ATM Optimisation Initiative, to do this.