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FTSI launches service for CUs small banks
MONROVIA, Calif. (1/24/12)--ATM provider FTSI is debuting six new professional services for credit unions and community banks.

The new services are:

  • Currency Management Solution. FTSI's currency management solution anticipates and monitors cash demand and balance costs involved with the cash supply chain.
  • Vault Cash Verification. FTSI's Vault Cash Verification service is an independent review to validate the accuracy of the reported balance of cash inventory, identify potential discrepancies and reduce the risk of cash loss.
  • Mobile Banking Solution. FTSI has partnered with mSHIFT and other industry leaders to deploy mobile banking. FTSI's solution features a quick configuration, with no hardware or information technology resources--helping financial institutions to go to market within 90 days.
  • ATM Marketing Hosted Solution. Through the support of NCR's hosted services infrastructure, FTSI offers a hosted ATM marketing solution for delivering advertising campaigns.
  • Check21 ATM Solution. FTSI's Check21 ATM Solution software is customizable to each financial institution
  • RiskWatch IT Assessments. In partnership with RiskWatch International, FTSI offers software designed to assist with ensuring that information technology infrastructure and ATM networks are in full compliance with regulations.


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