Diebold Nixdorf is set to exhibit its latest technologies and services designed to accelerate banking across commerce ecosystems in London at Self-Service Banking Europe 2018.

At the event, it will launch Diebold Nixdorf AllConnect Services in Europe designed to serve as important component of its services-for-a-connected-world strategy.

It utilises a data-driven Internet of Things (IoT) infrastructure, collecting integrated business solutions including Branch Lifecycle Management, Total Implementation Services and ATM as a Service to streamline internal operations as well as reduce total cost of ownership.

The company will also exhibit its Vynamic Insights software solution designed to manage data from several sources, channels and departments within an entity.

It can amalgamate and transform proprietary data into dedicated dashboards and help in improving customer experience.

Furthermore, Diebold Nixdorf will also exhibit a cash recycling system called CS 4020 for the financial institutions.

These machines can be deployed at bank branches where the customers can use it by activating an app with personal banking data on their smartphones.

The data is transmitted wirelessly through embedded near-field communications (NFC) technology and then they can enter their PIN on an encrypted touchscreen.

The system offers check deposit functionality integrated into the recycling engine itself.

Diebold Nixdorf has also designed a custom-build kiosk that will enable the bank to onboard their customers by printing new personalised debit cards, check books and bank statements.

Commenting on the participation on the event, Diebold Nixdorf chief marketing officer Devon Watson said: “In this era of digital transformation, self-service solutions must seamlessly fit into banks’ offerings, continually integrate new requirements and deliver the best possible customer experience.

“This unique event gives us an opportunity to share our vision of accelerated banking.”