NAC Mission Statement
The National ATM Council, Inc. is a not-for-profit national trade association dedicated to ethically and effectively representing the business interests of ATM Owners, Operators and Suppliers in their efforts to provide safe, secure and convenient delivery of cash to consumers throughout the United States.
"All of us need and deserve an industry organization that is 100% focused on the specific interests of ISO/IAD ATM owners/operators/suppliers serving the U.S. market. NAC is that organization - and it needs your full support and participation to fulfill its vital role in protecting and promoting our mutual interests."
~ NAC Board Chair, Bonnie Dalrymple; EFX Corp, EVP Business Development
NAC is Working Hard for America's ATM Owners/Operators/Suppliers
Organized just five short years ago to address U.S. independent ATM industry issues and advocacy, The National ATM Council, Inc. is a 501(C) (6) not-for-profit trade association formed to represent the independent ATM provider/supplier industry in America. Over the course of its short existence, NAC has more than tripled in size, with members ranging from ATM operators owning 0-5 machines, to some of the largest ATM deployers in the nation. Our member locations range from rural gas stations to city sidewalks, and everywhere the American public and tourists need convenient access to good 'ole American greenbacks!
Our members service citizens in some of our most rural communities across America, as well as those in heavy-populated and affluent locations in cities and towns. Our members serve both the bodega and the Super Bowl event - and every type of retail and public location imaginable. In times of natural disaster, NAC member technicians are rolling trucks to make sure terminals are working and cash is available to those in need. Our members work to make the perimeters of their ATM machines as safe as possible, and to comply with all legal and ethical standards and requirements of operation.
NAC is proud of our members' dedication to the U.S. economy, and we respect their ongoing efforts to employ ethical business practices while ensuring the widespread access to cash throughout the U.S. For all these reasons, NAC is honored and privileged to represent the U.S. Independent ATM industry and we will continue to work hard and smart in protecting and promoting the interests of our members!
"We can no longer assign the task of governing, growing and protecting our industry to others! The time is now to join together in numbers and create a unified voice for America's ATM providers and suppliers."
The NAC Board of Directors - Dedicated Volunteers Working for You
The 15 member NAC Board is comprised of actual ATM Operators/Owners – located all over the U.S. – from small to large and everything in between, and one Vendor member representative. NAC Board Members’ collective experience in the US ATM industry totals in the hundreds of years. This diverse, talented and devoted group of seasoned ATM entrepreneurs guide the organization and its staff in addressing the most important and pressing issues and fulfilling the mission of the organization. NAC Board Members spend countless hours participating in strategic planning, in-person and telephonic board meetings; annual conference travel and committee work to evaluate and review issues and choose the NAC INITIATIVES which MATTER MOST to YOU! All members’ inputs and concerns are brought to the attention of the Board by NAC Staff, and given careful evaluation as NAC formulates and implements goals and strategies on behalf of the industry. NAC is extremely fortunate to have the ongoing benefit of a highly qualified and dedicated Board of Directors, and we applaud their work and commitment to the industry and YOUR trade association!
With the large scope of issues impacting America’s Independent ATM industry, and a very streamlined NAC Staff, Committees are utilized to tackle the ongoing and special opportunities/challenges now present in the ATM business. These Committees allow NAC to build in-house subject matter expertise and expand NAC’s ability to effectively tackle national, local and regional issues that require an ATM industry presence. All members are welcome to volunteer to serve on a NAC Committee by reply email to email@example.com . Sign-up sheets for NAC Committees are also available at the annual NAC Conference & Expo. Our current NAC Committees are as follows: Governmental Affairs, Vendor Advisory, Save Our ATM Bank Accounts (SABA), Membership Committee, Conference Committee, and Affinity Program Committee.
Prior NAC Accomplishments/Successes
- Instrumental in passage of federal legislation eliminating outdated and unnecessary ATM fee sticker laws-& halting pervasive, costly and meritless litigation against U.S. ATM providers.
- Worked with MasterCard to ensure blocking of international Maestro transactions at “low volume” ATMs in the U.S. – shielding 8 out of 10 U.S. ATMs from exposure to the MasterCard EMV liability shift for cross border Maestro transactions, in effect since April, 2013.
- Worked with law enforcement representatives to address physical and cyber crime against ATMs in various jurisdictions throughout America.
- Conducted Three Annual Conferences focused specifically on the independent ATM industry, which have tripled in Exhibitors and doubled in attendance over three years.
- Founding Member of the EMV Forum ATM Working Committee
- Representation of NAC and the US independent ATM industry at numerous EMV seminars and Industry Forums.
- Establishment of direct and cooperative relationship with the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, including participation by one of the top ATM experts within the Fed nationwide.
- Working with members to reduce Crime Wave against ATMs in various US areas
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Bryan Bauer - Kahuna ATM Solutions
Tim Baxter - SwypCo ATM Services
David Braddock - Meiners Development Company
Jim Cabe - Turnkey ATM Solutions, LLC
Bonnie Dalrymple - Aurora Transactions Solutions LLC
Jim Everton - eGlobal ATM
Scot Gardner - SJI ATM, Inc.
Kenneth Gilbert - CORD Financial Services
Curt Selman - Selman Telecommunications Investment Group, LLC
Ed Cramer - ProSolv Solutions, Inc.
Philip Webb - PDQ Merchant Enterprises, Inc.
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