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19/05/15 | Customers can exchange money or pay bills while on the go

The Turkey-based Denizbank is offering more and more customer-friendly services through its network of automated teller machines. The new cash recycling systems made by Wincor Nixdorf even enable customers to exchange euros, U.S. dollars or rubles for Turkish lira or pay their bills in cash.

 
12/05/15 | SuperGroup selects Wincor Nixdorf to provide a managed service and enhance store IT in seven countries

Wincor Nixdorf, a leading retail and banking IT solutions provider, has been selected by SuperGroup, the UK fashion retailer, to provide an IT managed service to support its existing stores in the UK and six other European countries, as well as supporting future expansion throughout Europe.

 
11/05/15 | Berliner Volksbank installs more cash recycling systems from Wincor Nixdorf

The latest analyses from Berliner Volksbank, the largest regional cooperative bank in Germany, confirm the benefits of ATMs featuring cash recycling technology. As a result, the bank has ordered an additional 57 CINEO cash recycling systems from Wincor Nixdorf.

 
05/05/15 | Wincor Nixdorf supports Système U's omni-channel strategy

The French retail chain Système U and Wincor Nixdorf are realizing an omni-channel services concept together that will include new customer loyalty and marketing programs.

 
04/05/15 | SmartCash at all BAWAG ATMs – even without a card

It doesn't get any smarter than this: the Austrian financial institution BAWAG PSK has become one of the first banks in Europe to introduce cash withdrawals at ATMs in all its branches – without a card. Is your card defective? Does a friend urgently need some cash? Together with its technology partner Wincor Nixdorf, BAWAG PSK has developed a new SmartCash function for situations just like these to make the bank's cash services easier and more flexible.

 
27/04/15 | Wincor Nixdorf Hackathon in Berlin:
Amazing apps for Albert in only 48 hours

Tested and approved: mobile developers from all over the world convened in Berlin's CityCube last week at Hackfest. They were there to program apps for Albert – Wincor Nixdorf's multifunctional, interactive payment tablet – with the help of Wincor Nixdorf's Aevi developer portal. The apps that were developed as part of the two-day programming competition demonstrate how innovation-friendly and yet entrepreneurial the programming community is.

 
23/04/15 | Wincor Nixdorf: Restructuring Program Launched after Decline in Net Sales and Earnings – Accelerated Transition to Software and IT Services Company

On presenting its results for the first half of the current fiscal year 2014/2015, Wincor Nixdorf AG outlined details of the restructuring program launched by the company.

 
10/04/15 | Ad hoc release Wincor Nixdorf AG: FY 2014/2015 targets for net sales and EBITA will not be met – Restructuring program for accelerated expansion of Software and IT Services

Wincor Nixdorf AG will not meet its guidance for net sales and EBITA issued for the current 2014/2015 fiscal year.

 
07/04/15 | Creating innovative apps for Wincor Nixdorf payment solution at Hackathon in Berlin

At Apps World Germany, mobile developers will get together at the so-called Hackfest to create new apps for Wincor Nixdorf's "Albert", the world's first portable, multifunctional and interactive touchscreen payment device.

 
31/03/15 | Wincor Nixdorf starts marketing of
cutting-edge payment solution

Wincor Nixdorf has been working with Commonwealth Bank of Australia in implementing an innovative payment solution today on the Australian market, which will significantly improve the world of electronic payments. Albert, as the payment tablet is called, was jointly developed by Wincor Nixdorf, Commonwealth Bank and the design company IDEO. It changes how retailers interact with their customers and stands for a whole new customer experience. Following the market launch in Australia, Wincor Nixdorf will now also offer the Android-based payment terminal to customers in other markets.