The Österreichische Sparkassengruppe and the Austrian automation specialist KEBA have driven a successful partnership of innovation in this field for 25 years. And almost to the day exactly 10 years ago, the first self-service ATM at an Austrian bank with a closed cash cycle - in the specialist jargon cash recycler - was put into operation at Sparkasse Niederösterreich Mitte West AG. We gained attention in 2017 once more with an innovation and milestone in self-service banking: a new generation of self-service dispensing devices placing the user and their requirements still more centre stage and opening up new possibilities in self-service banking.
“KEBA values highly the long-standing partnership of innovation over many years with Österreichische Sparkassengruppe.”, states Gerhard Luftensteiner, CEO at KEBA AG. '“We can look back together on a series of milestones in the automation of self-service banking in the previous 25 years. The Österreichische Sparkassengruppe was also the first with which KEBA generated enthusiasm for its cash recycling ATMs. A further important milestone is the successful piloting of the new KEBA “evo” series of ATMs with Österreichische Sparkassengruppe.”*
From left to right: Ing. Mag. Gerhard Luftensteiner (CEO KEBA AG), Mag. Dietmar Böckmann (Managing Director
s IT Solutions AT Spardat GmbH), Mag. (FH) Thomas Schaufler (Managing Board Director Erste Bank), Maximilian Pointner (Managing Board Director Sparkasse Oberösterreich), CEO Mag. Helge Haslinger, MBA, MA and Managing Board Director Mag. Peter Hronek, MBA (both Sparkasse Niederösterreich Mitte West AG) present the cash dispensing and deposit machine “evo F10” in the customer area of Sparkasse Niederösterreich Mitte West AG, Domgasse 5