NCR Corp. on Thursday reported net income of $31 million for the second quarter ended June 30, up 29.2% from $24 million during the same period last year. Revenues totaled $1.18 billion, up 5.4% from $1.12 billion.
During the quarter, the ATM maker secured a rollout of its envelope-free, intelligent deposit machines at a large, undisclosed regional U.S. bank. The agreement will result in the replacement of several hundred ATMs with NCR’s SelfServ 32, 34 and 38 models with Aptra Edge and Aptra Exchange software, NCR said in its earnings release.
BECU, formerly Boeing Employees’ Credit Union, became the first credit union to deploy Aptra Vision, NCR’s latest enterprise software for self-service system management. Aptra Vision provides BECU with a comprehensive view of its ATM network by analyzing operational information, business performance and consumer experience, NCR said.
NCR also won a competitive bid to extend its e-commerce partnership with Old National Bank, which will use NCR’s Web-hosting services and Aptra Online Banking service, the company said.