Wednesday, 5 August 2015

Building a Website for your ATM Service Provider Business

ATM stands for Automated Teller Machine and the basic idea behind it is that people pay you some money to get their cash so that they don’t have to go to their banks. This small amount of money is the transaction fee which is called surcharge. This idea makes the ATM Service Provider business a successful one especially in the public places and places where there is no bank in the vicinity. ATM business can be a good source of side income in the long run. As this is the age of internet therefore, having a website for this business is not a bad idea at all. Following are the sections your website should be divided into;

1. Company information and news feed section
This section introduces your business to your customers or prospects. Use this section to focus on how you provide value to your customers. Because this is the service oriented business therefore, providing value to your customers is a key here. The news feed will provide information related to banking operations and financial dealings nationwide as this relate to money matters. This section should also display the location points of your ATM machines. 
2. Credentials section
Credential section explains why the customers should come to your ATM machines for their cash. This section should contain all your links to other banks and it should also contain a small sub-section that provides various past user experiences.   
3. Offered services section
Offered services section contains all the information about various services that you have to offer at your ATM. For example, you should mention various types of debit and credit cards from different banks that are acceptable by your ATM machines or customers can also pay their utility bills here etc.
4. A separate page to provide all the information about your ATM locations
This page must be dedicated to provide the location information about all of your ATM machines throughout the city or outside it. If possible you should also include indicate the locations with the help of Google Map widget.
5. A FAQ section to answer the regular questions by customers
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section is included to answer regular query from the customers and other prospects. All the questions must be enlisted and properly answered while considering the customer as a layman. Another small section must be provided as a form for questions outside the area of FAQ.  
6. Security and risk management information section
This section provides details about your strategies to keep your place safe and secure for the general public. Describe how you cater the issues of theft and fraud while maintaining the quality of the services offered.
7. Contact section
This section provides the customer with your contact details. It should contain your telephone number, email address, your blog address and any other links to social media profile pages. This section should also contain a small feedback box which enables the customer to leave feedback regarding your ATM services.  

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