“Look at the Language” – Thurs. AM KTFA Thoughts, News w/ MilitiaMan 6-16-22



Diebold Nixdorf deploys new ATMs in Iraq LINK

Ewtohan » June 16th, 2022

IMO we’ve been down this road before about the ATM machines and nothing happened  

MilitiaMan » June 16th, 2022

If I may ask, how so Ewtohan? Can you show us from the past that there was ever data like this below before? Look at he language they use. New technology. Cash recycling.  If so, I am sure the world would like to see it.. I haven’t specifically, yet. Nor has Iraq imo, in this manner noted  below..

There were new machines in the past, yes, and folks showed them, many back then were not working however, just sitting idle.. Likely to be now retrofitted to present standard.. If we read closely they are even more modern now with new technology that integrate cash recycling capabilities, thus older machines would need updating. 

I am not sure everyone gets that huge picture with respect to new machines and need for updating. One stroke of the canvas has it as swapping old currency for new currency and another stroke is the ATMs can catch the good from the bad.. The machines detect counterfeit far better than the naked eye.. Less instruction to the teller level.


BTW, the last sentence is not out of place.. It is meant for support. The ATMs have the ability to sort the good and the bad , size and amounts accordingly. The technology has been in play over a year now. That support is shown that the company has used it in the USA successfully for over a year now. So, when you have the data to support that we have actually been down “” this road” before please post it. I would truly like to see it as it would be good for everyone to compare. imo ~ MM

Al Qurtas Islamic Bank CEO Sara Ahmad said: “We are proud to be the first financial institution in Iraq to deploy the new ATM technology and look forward to providing innovative services to our customers.

“The new devices are already getting our customers’ attention, and in our next phase, the ATM’s integrated cash recycling capabilities will enable us to optimize cash handling and provide our customers with innovative technology that improves their banking experience.”   

Diebold Nixdorf managing director for Middle East Habib Hanna said: “We are thrilled that Al Qurtas Islmaic Bank chose to install DN Series as its first ATMs. They can now provide many additional services to achieve customer satisfaction and continue to be a leader in the region.”

In May 2021, First Citizens National Bank chose Diebold Nixdorf for cloud-enabled self-service options in its branches.

What is powerful, is Mustafa inspected private banks last week. Then today they tell us there is a company ready for support in implementation of a new system and automation with respect to the CBI and additionally meat with the the Arab Union of Banks and Private Banks. Why is that important? Well there are 7 State Banks, 33 Private banks and 330 Arab Union Banks and Financial Institutions involved.. See where I have been going that the theme is support for them to go international now? It truly is a “wow” moment.. imo.. ~ MM

Source: Dinar Recaps



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