Jenny Campbell, CEO said, “Following the secondary management buyout and refinancing of YourCash, announced in February 2013, we knew that, to fulfil the European growth ambitions of the business, we would need to enhance our supply chain partners and bring greater innovation and services to the market. We wanted suppliers who would not only offer the services that YourCash needs to support our European growth plans, but support our vision for the future. EVRY has a very comprehensive understanding of how to enhance the technological services an ATM can provide and they have the capability to meet the aspirations that my board and I have for the business.”
Helge Moan, VP responsible for the Channel area in Financial Services at EVRY, said: “We’re delighted to be working with YourCash. The drive from them to enhance the services and capabilities of the ATM, adding innovations from EVRY’s broad portfolio of card, payment & internet based banking services will not only future proof it, but ensure the current new ATM technologies become a standard offering to ATM users across Europe. We’re very pleased to be supporting YourCash’s vision and look forward to developing the ATMs capabilities with their team.”
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