US software giant Microsoft has teamed up with National Australia Bank to build an ATM that uses facial recognition and a PIN instead of the traditional card to permit customers to obtain services.
The Commonwealth Bank's five-year agreement with Australia Post, which will see the bank invest in banking services provided by post offices around Australia, including in regional areas, has led to a call for the other big banks to do their own deals to provide greater banking services in the regions.
The Chief Data and Analytics Officer Conference organised by Corinium took place in Melbourne last week, and iTWire took the opportunity to interview two of the speakers.
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