BS/2 company, in cooperation with local partner, has started to deliver the ATMeye.iQ solution in Mali, supporting an initiative by local financial institutions to optimize their self-service banking channel.
It is the first in the history of the country supply of an integrated security system for self-service devices, and it is planned to solve the problem of preventing ATM fraud for several prominent players of the local banking business.
“The countries of the African continent are one of the key markets for BS/2, and our company is trying to build strong long-term relationships with local partners. Mali is a new country for us and we are glad that the .iQ family products will be used by local banks. We are well aware that the trust in the banking system of a particular country depends on the stable and efficient operation of ATMs and the availability of financial services,” says Kirill Ovsiannikov, Deputy CEO for Strategic Directions at BS/2.
At the moment, there are 14 commercial banks and more than 550 ATMs in the country. The growth of the terminal network for 2 years was more than 20%.
The ATMeye.iQ solution is a comprehensive security platform that protects against various types of fraud, physical attacks, and vandalism. Also, thanks to smart video surveillance tools, the system allows banks to quickly resolve disputes with customers, reducing costs and improving the quality of support services for users of self-service devices.