DALLAS (June 29, 2015) — On July 1, Nautilus Hyosung, the largest provider of ATMs in the United States, will release the new 5200 retail ATM, raising the bar on flexibility and positioning customers for future transaction technology, including cardless transactions. The robust 5200 offers the ease of use and maintainability of traditional retail ATMs together with the advanced functions of a high-capacity financial institution cash dispenser. This makes the 5200 the most flexible solution on the market for high-volume retail locations.
“Our customers expect products that allow them to compete and win in all types of environments. The 5200 can be used in multiple operating environments, offering innovation and value as a high-end, flexible device,” said Andy Orent, President and CEO of Nautilus Hyosung.
The 5200 also allows the flexibility of choosing an operating software that connects. “By providing a choice in operating systems, our customers are well-positioned to develop bank partnerships and bank branding opportunities, expanding new revenue streams for them,” said Orent.
The eye-catching design of the 5200 is striking with a 12.1" TFT LCD. In addition to the NFC cardless transaction option and choice in operating systems, other features and options include:
To learn more about the 5200, contact Sonet le Roux at (972) 350- 7650 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Nautilus Hyosung America
The Nautilus Hyosung America vision is to continually create automated financial products and solutions and maximize the convenience, accessibility and trust of their customers by leveraging their creativity, technology, speed to market and people. Nautilus Hyosung America is a subsidiary of South Korea Hyosung, Inc., a global leader in providing ATMs to the retail off-premises and financial institution markets. Since entering the North American market in 1998, Nautilus Hyosung America has shipped more than 200,000 ATMs and is the largest provider of ATMs in the United States. Nautilus Hyosung America is headquartered in Irving, Texas and has research and development support in its Global Software Center in Dayton, Ohio. www.nhausa.com