VeriFone has launched the MX ATM, a new convenience retail payment kiosk with cash dispensing and deposit functionality, designed for the Latin America market. Prosa, Mexico’s largest electronic switch and processor, partnered with VeriFone for a customised solution that it plans to roll out nationally throughout retail locations in Mexico.
MX ATM decreases cash management and security costs for retailers by providing a tool for cash recycling. The MX ATM can also be configured to include other peripherals such as barcode readers, biometric readers and coin acceptors for deployment in different environments, such as parking and mass transit.
“VeriFone’s MX ATM provides Prosa with a new solution to increase customer loyalty, reduce operating costs and expand our reach to dispersed points of service,” said Miguel Angel Balcázar, new business executive director for Prosa.
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