At the event’s opening, Wincor Nixdorf’s president and CEO Eckard Heidloff has thanked partners for their achievements and presented the strategy for the future in terms of the company’s merger with Diebold Inc. “Having implemented several joint projects with Diebold, we found out that we share the future vision, and our strategies – such as transformation and automation of banks and other financial institutions branches, expanding the variety of financial services, implementing mobile solutions – are also similar. This is why I am convinced that this merger will create the efficient global market leader”, Mr. Heidloff said.
Penkių kontinentų bankinės technologijos (BS/2) team also took part in the event. For this time the Lithuanian company received the 2016 Best Banking Solution award for the ATM network modernization and optimization project which is being implemented for one of major banks in the Baltic states.
“We are glad that the project which has drawn great attention from the specialists and the public has got a decent estimate during the Wincor Nixdorf Partners’ Summit. This is our largest project updating ATMs network of the bank. It includes the whole set of modern technical and software solutions for protection, control and monitoring providing a higher level of security. In addition, we’ll provide comprehensive maintenance and support of the equipment. With the implementation of the project, the share of Wincor Nixdorf self-service devices at the bank has almost doubled. Furthermore, there is also a significant growth of cash recyclers, ensuring the cost optimization and offering the customers extended portfolio of banking services out of the bank’s branch,” – Tomas Augucevičius, BS/2 Deputy Director said.
BS/2, which has been a Wincor Nixdorf partner for more than two decades already, not only supplies their hardware to 14 countries, but also offers maintenance, develops and installs specialized software solutions. In addition, a BS/2 training center certified by Wincor Nixdorf holds courses for banks and other financial institutions’ engineers and technical staff.