UBI to deploy Mumbai’s first ‘Talking ATM’

NCR Corporation is said to deploy over 100 Voice Guided ATMs – which not only allows access to visually challenged people but also people with physical disabilities through ramps for wheel chair access, for Union Bank of India (UBI) – India’s pioneer public sector bank. The city’s first ‘Talking ATM’ was inaugurated today at The Passport Seva Kendra in Thane by Sri D Sarkar, CMD, UBI. Following the successful pilot and first ‘Talking ATM’ deployment in Ahmedabad, NCR has been contracted to deploy a further such 100 ATMs for UBI, of which, over 50 ATMs will be deployed at Passport Seva Kendras and at other UBI locations around the country.


Nagesh Nayak, Professional Services Practice Manager, NCR said, “NCR is constantly reinventing innovation for the Indian market place and this specialized ATM is a clear reflection of it. NCR is committed to helping banks and financial institutions in India…

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