KEBA at the FI forum 2016
The new evo series: Building a bridge between the analog and the digital world
KEBA presents the new evo series for the first time at the FI forum 2016 - the (r)evolutionary interface for all cash and bank transactions for today, tomorrow and beyond. With an exhibition area of over 120m², this is the largest appearance of the Austrian automation experts at the in-house trade show of Finanz Informatik to date.
Ready for the requirements of today, tomorrow and beyond
Increasing digitalization, demanding customers, falling interest rates, legal regulations, branch closures - the financial world is in a state of flux, to say the least. Nobody knows exactly what the future holds.
The evo series from KEBA is the essential module for any financial institution of the future - whenever this begins and whatever it looks like. Whether it's an innovative ATM with cash recycling function, a multi-functional self-service system, automated services or the unique merging of self-service system and communication platform: The performance diversity and the options of the evo series make banks and savings banks flexible to the requirements of the future.
Visit us from November 15 to 17, 2016 at the FI forum in Frankfurt in hall 11.1, booth P-04!
The new evo series - ready for the future's requirements
When companies develop products together with customers
The new evo series came into being through a completely new product development approach, the so-called "co-creation". Co-creation refers to a business strategy which places the focus on the integration of customers, their experiences and interactive customer-company relations. These forms of interactive value make active participation of the customer in the product development process possible. That which has been on everyone's lips for two or three years in the consumer goods area, has also been used by KEBA and its strategic partner of many years Hitachi-Omron Terminal Solutions, Corp. for the development of the new cash recycling module.
Representatives of KEBA and Hitachi-Omron Terminal Solutions during the co-creation process of the new evo series.