The Future of ATMs


This new whitepaper looks into the role of ATMs, the current and ever changing landscape and how services are evolving to meet demand.

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WHY A HISTORY OF INNOVATION BODES WELL FOR THE FUTURE

Direct Debit and Bacs Direct Credit continue to be popular, even decades after their launch. The world in 2018 is an exciting place. Technology has brought amazing opportunities across so many sectors, and the payments space is no exception.

We have seen more innovation in the last few decades than in the preceding 100 years – mobile wallets, contactless payments, financial apps, and cheque imaging are just a few.

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global payments landscape

United States

In 2016, Vocalink signed a contract with The Clearing House (TCH) to develop a national real-time payment service in the US. This service went live in November 2017.

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Thailand

Vocalink has developed a transformational payments service for Thailand, providing a Real-Time Payments Switch (IPS) and a Multi Proxy Platform (MPP), which has allowed it to enter the world of real-time payments.

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Singapore

Vocalink helped the Singapore payments industry realise its ambition of implementing immediate bank transfers and debit requests as part of the FAST service.

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Sweden

Vocalink is a partner of Sweden’s automated clearing house, Bankgirot – the first time a national payments system has outsourced its payments processing to a non-domestic player.

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United Kingdom

The Faster Payments Service runs on the Vocalink real-time payments platform. Faster Payments enables interbank fund transfers in real-time, typically initiated via the internet or phone.

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scheme partnerships

Vocalink technology powers the Bacs Direct Credit and Direct Debit schemes

The UK Faster Payments Service runs on Vocalink's real-time payments platform

Vocalink provides the processing infrastructure behind the LINK Scheme

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