The Next Generation of ATMs Comes to the West Bank

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NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – A new high tech bank on the West Bank is equipped with next generation ATMs that are changing how people manage their money.

“I notice a bigger screen,” says Chase customer Francis Isador.

Isador is one of the first ever to make a transaction using Chase bank’s brand new Express Banking Kiosk, “Everything is self-explanatory and is very user friendly.”

The two ATMs inside the new branch are the first and only EBK’s in the state of Louisiana.

Chase’s Michelle Jerrari says state of the art express banking is designed to be fast and friend, “Even though we have the technology, we`re still able to help our customers with one-on-one service.”

Touch screens allows everything customers can do-on line, like pay credit card bills.

“The new technology is great,” says Isador. “Plus you can get one dollar bills out of there now.”

To learn more about the Express Banking Kiosks, go HERE.

The new branch is located at 4021 Behrman Place. The grand opening ceremonies will begin Saturday morning at 10:30 a.m.

To celebrate the first completely new location in New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina – which required the complete rebuilding of two locations – Chase is announcing a $200,000 grant to the Louisiana Children’s Museum’s Early Learning Village. The Early Learning Village will be an 8.5 acre campus in New Orleans’ City Park, designed to offer young children, parents and teachers an interactive, creative environment for learning. The Chase grant will be used primarily for science, technology,
engineering, and mathematics (STEM) exhibits and programming.