ATMATOM Channel Resources & News


4 Ways to Make Your ATM Business More Like Amazon
Posted on Tuesday May 23, 2017

Submitted by: Blanda Marketing – In today’s fast-paced markets, Amazon seems to have all the answers – from attracting and retaining customers to making sure people continue to come back. For ATM businesses the pain points are two-fold – attracting locations for ATM placements and attracting consumers to utilize the machines once placed. As ever, the key […]


Is the U.K. at Risk of Losing Free Cash Access?
Posted on Wednesday May 10, 2017

Newly imposed property tax on ATMs in the U.K. has come under fire as shopkeepers mount legal action against a decision by the Business Rates Valuation Office to levy a charge requiring ATMs in retail locations to pay as if they are a separate business. This tax, introduced for most retailers in 2013, saw tax bills sent to thousands of […]


Tyranny of the Economic Morons
Posted on Monday May 01, 2017

by: Daryl Cornell – More and more it seems that the only real requirement for election to public office is a complete and utter ignorance of basic economic facts. The latest poster child has to be Illinois State Representative Arthur Turner. Earlier this month, ATM Marketplace reported that Mr. Turner had introduced an Illinois state […]


Staying the Same Can Mean Getting Passed By
Posted on Wednesday April 26, 2017

Submitted by: Blanda Marketing – There are many businesses that have traditionally required minimal innovation to be successful. Companies in these industries rely on manufacturers and regulators to drive innovation – the latter with a bit of grumbling. Banks, credit unions, gas stations, service contractors and ATMs are just a few of the industries that have […]


Why Consumers Still Love Cash?
Posted on Monday April 17, 2017

Studies consistently show the hype of cash decline to be inaccurate and wildly overpromoted. Despite the continued growth in alternative payment options, consumers still rely on cash as their primary payment resource for gifts, food, personal care, automotive, entertainment and transportation services. But, with so many “more convenient” options available, why do people continue to […]


Learning from the Latest “ATMs”
Posted on Wednesday April 05, 2017

Submitted by: Blanda Marketing – The Safe Water Network has introduced an affordable “water ATM” in India. The U.S.’s first “pizza ATM” has opened at Xavier University in Cincinnati. Sprinkles has successfully opened “cupcake ATMs” in California, Nevada, Arizona, Texas, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Illinois, New York and Washington D.C. There is only one problem…these aren’t ATMs. […]


Taxation Without Representation
Posted on Tuesday March 28, 2017

by: Daryl Cornell – Internet Sales Tax. It seems that not a day goes by without reading or hearing about how states should require all companies to collect sales tax on internet sales. ATMGurus believes that this is a terrible idea – but not for the reasons you might think. We also believe that readers […]


How ATM Deployers Benefit from Online Real-Time Customer Warehouse Inventory
Posted on Wednesday March 22, 2017

Robin Arnfield, contributing writer, ATM Marketplace Triton Systems and its partner ATMGurus have launched a web-based, real-time Customer Warehouse Inventory, which enables ATM deployers to better manage their part repair needs and costs. Customers benefit by being able to ensure maximum ATM uptime. The Customer Warehouse Inventory (CWI) represents a new approach to ATM part […]


Meet Triton!
Posted on Monday March 13, 2017

We’ve put together profile videos of team members. Enjoy, and keep checking our YouTube page for more profiles and training videos.      James Phillips Alan Dedeaux 


Examining the War on Cash
Posted on Monday March 06, 2017

Submitted by:  Blanda Marketing  –  There is a lot of discussion about the death of cash throughout the financial technology industry. This mentality has even spread to mainstream media, producing articles such as “Millennials are Saying Bye-Bye to Paper Money” and “Why Don’t Millennials Use Cash?” These pieces are widely published and disseminated, despite the […]