Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has selected NCR SelfServ ATMs, developed by NCR’s Centre of Excellence in Dundee, to offer convenient banking services for its customers.

The deployment of advanced ATMs is part of RBS’ investment planned between 2013 and 2016. Under the deal, NCR will install more than 2,000 ATMs over the next three years across the UK to meet the banking needs of RBS customers.

In addition to cash withdrawals, majority of the machines will also allow customers to deposit cash and cheques in a mixed bunch and as a single transaction under its scalable deposit module (SDM).

The SelfServ SDM deployment at RBS is the first in the UK, claims the bank.

Additionally, customers also can deposit bulk coin and exchange cash for rolled coin, giving small businesses a fast and easy solution to their coin requirements.

RBS CEO Ross McEwan said as they consider the radical changes they will have to make at RBS, they need to prepare for a future based on being there for their customers on their terms.

"Working closely with NCR’s Centre of Excellence in Dundee, our Edinburgh-based technology team will deliver state-of-the-art equipment to convenient locations for our customers the length and breadth of the U.K," McEwan added.

NCR Financial Services senior vice president Andy Heyman said, "Retail banking combines people, technology, and distribution to provide speed and convenience for consumers while unleashing efficiencies for banks."