Terminals

Simulate the branch experience through the convenience of 24/7 self- service with Diebold’s Opteva® family of automated teller machines (ATMs) and advanced-technology modules. Sophisticated, agile and customizable, Diebold’s self-service terminals and modules deliver some of the industry’s highest levels of reliability, security and availability in the industry.

Contact Diebold for information about our ATM terminals.

Deposit Automation (Recycling Ready)

Offer the convenience of advanced deposit automation technology with the flexibility to migrate to full cash recycling, all while reducing costs and enhancing consumer efficiencies.

In-Branch Terminals

In-Branch Terminals​

Enhance customer care through reliable, automated service and smarter use of tellers. Deliver robust transactions and reduce operating cost by minimizing teller's handling of cash and routine tasks.​

​Advanced-Function (DA  Ready)

​Heighten efficiencies by automating common teller functions while pleasing consumers with exceptional reliability and rapid processing.

​Cash Recycler

​Accommodate both cash-in and cash-out functionality, while streamlining the cash cycle and providing a compelling consumer experience.

​ATM Security Features

​Integrate the very latest security measures into your terminals to protect your assets and those of your consumers.

Optional ATM deposit automation modules

​Optional Deposit Automation Modules

​Offer advanced functionality to consumers by customizing your terminals with add-on modules.

 

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