Saudi Arabia's Al Rajhi Bank has partnered with Diebold Nixdorf on development of a biometric ATM that can also perform debit card printing.The fingerprint enabled machines enable consumers to authenticate themselves, select how their name will appear on the card, and quickly receive the new card.”We are delighted to be the first bank to introduce this unique feature in the region, which will provide our customers with a secured and individualized service in just a matter of seconds,” said Saleh Alzumaie, general manager of retail banking group, Al Rajhi Bank. “Our collaboration with Diebold Nixdorf has been fruitful at turning our vision into reality with their collaborative approach to innovation.”The bank says the biometric innovation is part of a variety of additional services available on the self-service terminal such as check book printing, statement printing, pre-account opening, local and international remittances and more.”In the Middle East, software-driven services such as digital onboarding and biometric authentication are readily being adopted,” said Habib Hanna, Diebold Nixdorf managing director, Middle East. “Diebold Nixdorf's technology leadership is continuing to enable our customers to stay ahead in this rapidly changing, increasingly digital consumer landscape.””We are delighted to have worked closely with Al Rajhi Bank on this great achievement, and we're committed to providing top quality services and delivering the latest innovations to financial institutions in the Middle East,” said Tariq Abdat, president, Alhamrani Universal Company.