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04 Dec 2012 – Spark ATM scoops TT100 award

Spark ATM Systems, South Africa’s premier independent Automated Teller Machine (ATM) deployer, received the esteemed JSE Limited Award for Sustainable Performance at the recent Technology Top 100 Awards, in recognition for its contribution to the ATM industry and South African society as a whole. Spark ATM Systems scoops prestigious Technology Top 100 Sustainability Award

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26 Nov 2012 – Don’t blow that bonus

If last year’s statistics are anything to go by, consumer spending during the festive season will soon be at an all-time high. The Spark Cash Index, which measures withdrawals across Spark ATMs throughout the country, reported a 2% year-on-year increase for the period December 1-18 last year. Don’t blow that bonus

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21 Nov 2012 – ATMs can boost sales

With challenging trading conditions for local retailers, it is crucial for small businesses operating in this space to identify innovative ways to boost sales and boost customer service. ATMs can boost sales, customer service

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16 Nov 2012 – Financial implications of strikes will not last

Financial implications of strikes will not last long

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09 Nov 2012 – Retailers gear up for festive season

Retailers gear up for festive season as results improve

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08 Nov 2012 – Less cash withdrawn from ATMs

Strikes in the mining and transport sectors have resulted in fewer ATM cash withdrawals, according to figures released on Thursday. There was a significant decline in average automated teller machine (ATM) cash withdrawals during October, according to Spark ATM Systems… Less cash withdrawn from ATMs due to strikes

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07 Nov 2012 – Madiba hits the right note

Madiba hits the right note

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07 Nov 2012 – Mandela-banknote veiliger

Mandela-banknote veiliger vir verbruiker

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01 Nov 2012 – Demand for ATMs in townships

High Demand of ATMs in Townships

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12 October 2012 – Economic outlook worsens

Economic outlook worsens

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