ATM EMV Deadline Is Coming Soon — Are You Ready?

December 2, 2015

In October 2016, all U.S. retail ATMs will be required to be EMV ready. EMV is a set of international specifications that define standards for chip-based credit card and debit card transactions. If you haven't already, now is the time to begin examining your company's ATM fleet to determine which ATMs can be upgraded and which must be replaced.


Outsourcing Isn’t a Dirty Word in Facility Maintenance

November 11, 2015

For many in the work world, the word “outsourcing” can conjure the uncomfortable image of layoffs and customer service providers who are halfway across the world.

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New Banner Style for Bank, Credit Union Drive-Through Lanes

November 2, 2015

J&P Site Experts is now carrying a new 48" length area near the lower half of the stand.

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4 Simple, Low-Cost Steps to Prevent ATM Skimming

September 24, 2015

In recent months and just this week, consumers throughout the Midwest are falling victim to widespread fraud, with skimming devices stealing data via ATMs owned by banks, credit unions and private businesses. Right here in our home state of Wisconsin, seven skimming devices were found at various ATMs in the Madison area, and five were found on a credit union’s ATMs in the southeastern part of the state.

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Don’t Believe the Scare Tactics: Cash Still a Leading Form of Payment in U.S.

September 10, 2015

Even with potentially transformational technologies such as Apple Pay stealing a lot of headlines, rumors of cash’s demise are greatly exaggerated.

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