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The $204 million Five County Federal Credit Union of Bath, Maine, utilizes uGenius video teller technology in one of its traditional branches.

Video teller machines, which the NCUA now considers  service facilities when considering credit union field of membership expansions, are poised to take root on a wide scale over the next two to three years.

“Over time, it will become the standard that people expect. It will take years to achieve that because of the nature of the industry, but clearly it’s something consumers are embracing,” Gene Pranger, CEO and founder of hardware desig firm uGenius Technology.

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