BIOMETRICS: A NEW ERA
Services are based on the concept of “any time, anyhow, anywhere, and any type”. Hence Banking sector is trying to undergo revolutionary changes in the way it functions and delivers its services to the customers. Indian banking sector is playing a vital role through speed creation, accuracy and efficiency of operation, and reduction in the transaction cost. Today’s customers are more demanding and quality conscious. Hence, Banks are going towards providing a user friendly banking experience and to do so, banks are depending more and more on technology and are trying to move towards an age of high-tech banking.
Therefore, this paper provides information for analyzing Biometric ATM scenario of banking sector and throw light on types of biometric, and finally discusses the advantages and disadvantages of Biometric ATM.
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