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Extended workshop, town hall session & a career highlight
Payment Redesign contributed in a number of ways to the ATMIA US conference in Orland from 14 – 16 February.
• The first ever Payment Redesign workshop during an ATMIA event took place on
14 February 2017. Managing Partner Eric de Putter and Principal Consultant
Marcel Ficken addressed a number of bigger issues for the ATM industry around
end dates of Operating Systems and potential successors.
• The very same evening, Eric gave his views on changes in the industry for the
next 10 years highlighting that ATM deployers have an opportunity to choose for
• The next day, Eric received the ATM consultant of the year award. Mike Lee,
ATMIA's CEO highlighted Eric's contributions on key technology issues
and uniting the industry were vital to receiving the award for the second year
During the conference Eric also handed the first copy of the ADAGIO report to Mike Lee.
Findings of the workshop
The key take aways of the extensive workshop of the future of Operating Systems, with contributions from FIS, Triton and Citibank:
1. Windows 10 has more complexities than previous operating system Windows XP/7. Wth manufacturers announcing readiness, deployers can start planning theire Windows 10 migration at their earliest convenience to meet the 2020 Windows 7 end date.
2. With also Triton confirming extended support, ATM deployers relying on CE have continuity. Deployers may want to work close with their suppliers to provide input on the next operating system choice.
3. Both the ATM Industry RFI committee and Payment Redesign's ADAGIO study revealed benefits of applying modern cloud based technology to the ATM industry. It imay be early although many many organisations are considering this new architecture.
Click on one of the links below for the high level overview of the workshop. You can also download an attachment with a more detailed outline of each session, by clicking here.
Managing partner Eric de Putter receiving the ATMIA International consultant of the year from ATMIA's president Tom Harper