The deployment of automated teller machines (ATMs) has peaked of late, and stands a shade under 260,000 units after a lull, post-demonetisation. But operational costs continue to affect deployment with the interchange being a sticking point. Navroze Dastur, regional vice-president (Asia Pacific) and managing director (India) of NCR Corporation, the world’s largest manufacturer of ATMs, spoke with Raghu Mohan on issues facing the industry. Edited excerpts:
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First Published: Mon, November 28 2022. 21:29 IST