Join a committee –get more involved in your industry!!
Committee participation is one of the most valuable benefits of your ATMIA membership. Are you involved in one of those committee groups? No? You are missing out on a lot of good opportunities.
Committees aren't just a means of keeping up with the industry, hearing about current issues, or making sure you know what new resources ATMIA has made available. It is a gathering place where you can really get to know your colleagues. There may be a few that you have met, because your footprints overlap in one spot or another. But there are many others who you otherwise might never meet.
The connections you make in a committee setting are not only of value on a personal level, but can greatly benefit your business or career, as well. As the saying goes, "It's not just what you know, it's also who you know." And I am constantly impressed to see how eager our members are to open doors for and help each other.
About 35% of U.S. region members recognize that value and belong to at least one committee group. Check out the committee page on our website for more information on both regional and global groups. The Events Calendar includes dates and times for each committee meeting. For dial-in information and web links, reach out to the committee contact.
Canada regional committee groups include:
- Government Relations Committee (GRC) – The GRC serves as a forum for all member organizations that are affected by government regulation at both the local and Federal levels. It is also a vehicle for advocacy; such as with the recent effort to promote consumer payment choice and the right to pay with cash.
- Canada Regional Board (requires a Board-level membership) –Member organizations that join at the Board level automatically become members of their regional Board. Board membership provides organizations with more visibility within ATMIA and greater opportunity to influence chapter direction and positions on critical issues.
All ATMIA members have access to an array of global committee groups. A few of the most popular committees include:
- The Consoritum for NextGen ATMs – This is a global initiative, managed by ATMIA, that all members are welcome to participate in. If you want to have a part in creating the new future for ATMs, join your colleagues from over 300 industry organizations.
- ATM Hygiene & Safety Committee – A newly created group that will create ATM and cash cleaning protocols for the post-pandemic environment.
- Cash & Payments Council – Its mission is to share current information, data, context and member feedback on global cash and payment trends.
- ATM Security Association (ASA) – Managed by ATMIA and focused on ATM security. The ASA hosts its own group of security-related com
In other words, there is something of interest for everyone. And this is not a life-long commitment – you are more than welcome to "sit" quietly on the sidelines for a meeting or two in order to see if it is of interest. If you need help sorting it all out, feel free to reach out to me.
Stay safe and keep well in these challenging times.
Feel free to reach ATMIA Canada executive director David Tente by email at email@example.com or telephone +1.407.833.7906.
Become a NextGen Champion today!
Our project has exceeded all expectations. It has proved to be an awesome, global future-proofing exercise.
Now, it’s time to become Next Gen Champions as we move forward powerfully as an industry to implement the global project. We will need to fund the upcoming PR campaign, the development of standards and the creation of an ATMIA self-certification tool, among other steps.
ATMIA has been a leader in the ATM industry for over 20 years and this is the greatest project our association has ever facilitated. Over 330 companies worldwide are now participating. Learn more . . .
Pandemic forces major changes to the Canada conference schedule
The biennial Canada conference is the most important ATM event in the region. It was orignally scheduled for early April, then pushed to September, due to the conronavirus pandemic. At this point in time, it is impossible to know whether travel and meeting restrictions will ease enough to allow for a successful event.
Therefore, the in-person event is being pushed back to April, 2021 – still at the same venue in Vancouver. Our event staff will be in touch with all attendees and exhibitors that were already registered, regarding their options.
Rather than leave a complete vacuum behind, ATMIA Canada will also host a virtual conference event on the same days, September 22 - 24. The program will run from 10am - Noon each day.
This impressive program will kick-off with a discussion of the impact of the pandemic on demand for and use of cash, led by the Bank of Canada. The roster of speakers includes leaders and experts from across the spectrum of the ATM industry, who will address these and other relevant and timely topics..
You will not want to miss this important event. Plan to attend and register now. Don’t wait until next year to get up-to-date on technology and events that are already changing the ATM world.
Note to Hiring Mgrs: the ATM Industry Career Center is here to help!
We understand that Hiring Managers are looking for more than a simple job board, when it comes to finding and recruiting new ATM channel talent. The ATM Industry Career Center is a robust recruiting resource that you will want to check out – and the “Back to Work” promotion has been extended through the month of July.
Employers can set up a free account on the ATM Industry Career Center website. ATMIA membership is not required, but members do receive discounted rates. Once your account is set up:
- Post jobs online quickly and easily, including confidential postings
- Manage applications
- Search resumes
- Set up and email resume alerts
Make your company stand out among other employers with a variety of branding opportunities.
- Create and attach a 60-second video to your postings
- Use an enhanced job posting that can include elements of your company profile
- Create and post a company profile page
- Be part of the banner ad rotation
- Make your posting a Featured Job to gain more attention
For the rest of July, purchase two 30-day postings for the price of one, and use them any time during the next six months. So be ready to start re-hiring when the time is right.
Contact ATMIA Canada executive director, David Tente for more information.
ATMIA Facebook Page
Have you checked out ATMIA's Facebook page yet? The greatest benefit of joining our community on Facebook is keeping abreast of ATM industry news and developments on:
- Latest technology
- Operational efficiencies
- Upcoming ATM focused events
- And more….
On our page, you can find all things ATM's and so much more. "Like" us on Facebook us today!
Earn discounts on your membership and offer new members a 20% discount
ATMIA members can now offer friends and affiliates 20% off membership AND earn a discount on their own membership renewal. For a limited time, earn up to $500 USD in discounts on yhour next renewal as part of ATMIA’s new Membership Referral Program. Each referral is worth $100 USD.
“To make it as easy as possible for members to promote the referral program, ATMIA has put together a variety of resources and each member company has been assigned a unique referral codes that can be found under the ‘my account’ tab on the ATMIA site,” says Amber Howell, ATMIA Membership & Social Media Manager. For mor details about how it works, click here.
Members can find their own personal link and email text/images to use under the ‘Member Referrals’ icon in their My ATMIA Account section of the website.
Upcoming committee meetings
Canada Regional Board
The Canada Regional Board meets three times a year to discuss important issues, committee activities, and the financial health of the chapter. The next meeting is scheduled for Thursday, August 13 at 11:00am EDT, which is the originally scheduled date. It is open to all Canada board-level members.
Canada Goverment Relations Committee
Under normal circumstances, the Canada GRC meets three times a year to discuss regulatory and compliance issues, advocacy, and other government related matters. Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, this meeting will be combined with the Canada Regional Board meeting, scheduled for Thursday, August 13 at 11:00am ET, as noted above.
Questions and requests for committee meeting invitations may be directed to David Tente
Welcome our new members
New Canada members for 2020:
Small Business level membership
Associate level membership
Your Company Name Here, Toronto, ON
New ATMIA Canada members are not only listed in the newsletter with a link to their company website, but also introduced to the entire membership with up to two paragraphs of information about the business and its focus. Join ATMIA Canada today and put yourself on the front page of the next issue.
Did You Know? You can upgrade your membership level at any time. Move up to Board level for greater visibility and a stronger voice in the direction of the Region. Interested in becoming a Canada Regional Board Member? A unique membership level for financial institutions? Contact David Tente for more information on this and other membership options.
Don't Forget - if your membership is expiring soon, you can receive a 5% discount by renewing before the end of the month in which it expires.
ATMIA Membership Benefit Reminder
There are so many benefits to ATMIA membership, it's easy to lose track of them all. Watch the Newsletter each month for reminders about one of those membership benefits and tips about how to take advantage of it.
ATMIA Provides Market Research
We invite you to our online library of resources for ATMIA members, on current issues and trends in the global marketplaces of our industry. Sort through conference presentations, research papers and white papers in the Top Topics category for reading and downloading.
The purpose of this market intelligence library is to collect and display valuable, current information about our industry to enhance decision-making and strategic thinking.
Membership is required to view documents. If you are not an ATMIA member, please check out our member benefits and become a member today.
Wednesday, May 27, 2020
Company: BMO Harris Bank N.A.
The new ATM has been very well received, with employees happy to have a more convenient means of completing financial transactions. With such positive feedback, the ATM will remain on the premises for the foreseeable future.
Friday, June 5, 2020
CIBC today announced that it is contributing $700,000 to local not-for-profits across Canada and the United States in support of efforts to empower Black youth, individuals and families in building strong communities.
Wednesday, June 24, 2020
Masai Ujiri, Toronto Raptors President and Alternate NBA Governor, made history in 2019 when he led the Toronto Raptors to victory, bringing the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy home to Canada for the first time. However, his leadership journey started long before, and stretches far beyond, his time in Toronto.
July 7, 2020 - ATMIA
The ATM Industry Association (ATMIA) has released a new slideshow celebrating the steps taken by the industry to raise awareness of cash access and safety throughout the COVID-19 crisis. The slideshow highlights some of the champions who keep frontline services going during the pandemic.
June 16, 2020 - ATMmarketplace.com
ATM vandalism appears to be on the rise. What steps does our industry need to take to safeguard the investment of the hardware while still providing a necessary and convenient service to our customers?
Latest Insights from the Cash Repository
The Cash Repository is your source for a wide range of current data and information about the global role of cash in society, from a variety of sources.
Brand Building Opportunity
Sponsoring ATMIA Canada Chapter newsletter can help your company build brand awareness, stay top of mind, increase customer loyalty and drive new sales.
Member Rate = $500 for 1 Issue, or $1,000 for 3 Issues
- Logo and website link in newsletter top box, right column
- 500 word company backgrounder article with two photos placed in media library on ATMIA website for two years with distribution to global and regional members. If taking up 3 issue offer, same article can be shared via link in each of the following two newsletters
Member of the Month for July/August
On-Line Service Corporation is a leader in providing reliable and accurate financial transaction processing services to Financial Institutions and Independent Sales Organizations (ISOs) throughout Canada. A privately owned Canadian company, On-Line Service Corp (OSC) is a division of Hogg Fuel & Supply, a well-established corporation that has been in business for over 125 years. In the processing business since 1993, On-Line Service Corp is strongly committed to delivering value to our clients through excellent customer service, and our innovative solutions. They have been one of the most loyal ATMIA Canada members for the past 16 years.