Personalisation and the ATM

01/06/2004 - 20/06/2007

Personalisation of Human-Computer Interactions will be a singificant development over the next decade. A variety of activities are on-going that look at personalisation.
Personalisation and the ATM is a KT Partnership project funded by DTI/ESRC. Carried out in collaboration with and others. For further information please refer to .
 
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  • Personalised Services on ATMs
    NCR has been the leading global supplier of ATMs for over 21 years. The Company wanted to grow its market share and improve profitability by helping banks to deliver differentiated services through its ATMs. This KTP was initiated to help NCR to prototype and evaluate new interactions between bank...
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Project Team

David Benyon
Professor
d.benyon@napier.ac.uk
+44 131 455 2736
Gregory Leplatre
Lecturer
g.leplatre@napier.ac.uk
+44 131 455 2709
Stewart Cringean
(not currently an institute member)
Mr Jamie Sands
(not currently an institute member)

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