Dates & Location Set for NAC2014 Conference and Expo
Jacksonville, FL – The National ATM Council, Inc. (NAC), the nation’s premier trade association representing Independent ATM providers and suppliers throughout the US, has formally announced the return of its annual Conference and Expo to the Tropicana Las Vegas – back by popular demand. The NAC 2014 Conference & Expo will be held November 18th through the 20th, 2014, as previously announced, and will include an agenda of expert information, networking and business designed specifically for US ATM providers/suppliers.
NAC2014 will present up-to-date, to-the-point information on the state of the US ATM industry, EMV migration, virtual currency/mobile transaction developments, new business opportunities, suggestions on how to optimize your ATM route, legal/regulator/legislative updates, compliance requirements, interchange and foreign bank fee issues, and much more. Read more…
When is it appropriate for a vendor to take an enforcement role?
Well, another month with an up and running website! I am always impressed that no matter how daunting the task, or how much we resemble the Keystone Cops at times, we always seem to achieve our goals…eventually. ..read more
Welcome to the New NATMC website!
As part of my dream to be an internet celebrity, I have forced Bruce to let me post a semi-monthly blog. Through this vehicle, I will rant, rave, and express myself in printed format for all to see… ..read more
Card Payments Roadmap in the United States: How Will EMV Impact the Future Payments Infrastructure?
With the move to EMV chip-based payments accelerating in the United States, the Smart Card Alliance Payments Council has released an updated educational white paper…read more
Mobile Payments Not Ready for Prime Time
For many of us, plastic has replaced cash for everyday shopping. If some technological wizards have their way, your phone will replace plastic one day.…read more
(Senate Bill 3204) has been joined with another bill
This week the NAC-backed measure (Senate Bill 3204) that will eliminate the harmful ATM external fee sticker requirement has been joined with another bill (Senate Bill 2099) that includes the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau among the agencies required to keep privileged business information confidential — and the new combined measure is gaining support and momentum in the Senate.. ..read more
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Free Special Report: 6 Critical Challenges Facing ISOs
The last two years have been especially challenging for ATM ISOs and Operators. We have seen declining revenues, soaring expenses, increased regulation, network changes and a slew of other challenges, seemingly from every facet of our industry.