Central Bank in Springville, Utah, will install 10 ATMs from NCR (NCR) to revamp its existing network.
The NCR SelfServ ATMs include the Duluth, Ga., company's Scalable Deposit Module technology, which allows customers to deposit checks and cash at the same time through a single slot. The new ATMs will replace older machines, including some from a competing manufacturer, NCR said Tuesday.
The $677 million-asset Central Bank will integrate NCR software to improve manageability and customer service, NCR said. NCR APTRA Exchange will help the bank run its ATMs, giving it remote control of its network to manage software patches and locate and resolve issues.
"As the ATM channel continues to evolve and becomes a more vital touch-point for customer interaction, we wanted to refresh our existing ATM capabilities with newer, more customer-centric technology," Kathleen Johnson, senior vice president of bank operations for Central Bank, said in a news release.