Credit, debit, and smart card use is exploding, but cash remains the fastest and most effective way to make purchases at many retail locations including food courts, convenience stores, and nightclubs. Whenever and wherever someone needs cash, an automatic teller machine (ATM) ensures it is easily accessible.
ATMs are growing more and more commonplace. In fact, according to ATM Marketplace about 70 percent of ATMs are now in locations such as shopping centers, airports, grocery stores, gas stations, and restaurants. Even banks are expanding to offer non-branded terminals in high traffic non-bank locations.
Is your business ready to join this trend?
Installing an ATM can be highly beneficial to your business. It can reduce credit-card processing fees, increase visitors, and eliminate bad checks. And, if your business has enough traffic, you will make money on every ATM transaction.
This BuyerZone ATMs Buyer's Guide will get you up to speed on your ATM options, provide tips on how to select an ATM supplier, and tell you how much you can expect to pay for one.