Mark Benjamin

President, Chief Operating Officer
Mark Benjamin is President and Chief Operating Officer of NCR Corporation. In his role, Mark is responsible for Sales, Industry Solutions Management, Business and Product Development, Services and Supply Chain Operations.
 
An expert in cloud-based services, software recurring revenue models and our go-to-market industries, Mark is helping operationalize NCR’s Omni-Channel 2.0 future. He is working across the company to leverage technologies such as the cloud, mobile, big data and the Internet of Things (IoT) to grow NCR’s new platform-driven business model. Mark’s team is dedicated to running our innovation growth engine, ensuring NCR’s customers are successful and securing NCR’s market-leading positions for generations to come. 
 
Prior to joining NCR, Mark spent 24 years in a series of global assignments for Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (ADP). He joined ADP as an account representative and moved up in a number of leadership positions, including ADP’s small business and employer services divisions. Most recently, Mark served as the president of ADP’s Global Enterprise Solutions division, leading a team of 20,000 employees, and managing a multi-billion-dollar portfolio of businesses serving clients in more than 100 countries.
 
Mark holds a bachelor's degree in international finance and marketing from the University of Miami. He is a member of the Seton Hall University Board of Regents, New Jersey Board Director for Teach for America and also served as Chairman of the Voices Against Brain Cancer Corporate Board.

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Blog

Dundee and NCR - still the home of the ATM

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the world's first ATM, after the first machine made its debut at Barclays' Enfield Town branch in north London in June 1967.

Did you know

Over 830,000 of the world's 3.1 million ATMs are NCR machines.