Be an ATM Superpower

| By sumithra
In many developing countries ATMs are taken for granted, but the commonality or lack of it are used as parameters to measure the economic stability of developing countries. A recent IMF report specifies that ATMs are signposts of a growing economy. They act as indicators of access to usage of financial services by general populace which is a critical attribute for economic growth. In a way ATMs along with financial data are vital in measuring the country’s economic progress  In developing countries with growing population the necessity for ATM sites has risen dramatically. In addition to this the uneven distribution of population demands ATMs in many remote sites. This explosion in the number of ATMs comb