Company’s share debut on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the ticker symbol “VYX”
ATLANTA, October 17, 2023 – NCR VOYIX Corporation (NYSE: VYX), a leading global provider of digital commerce solutions for the retail, restaurant and banking industries, today announced its debut following the spin-off of its ATM-focused businesses.
NCR Voyix offers comprehensive platform-driven technology and solutions that serve a diversified customer base, ranging from small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to large multinational organizations, around the world. The debut of the streamlined organization will enable NCR Voyix to accelerate its platform conversions, expand its services and deepen customer relationships, while also capturing additional market share.
“NCR Voyix launches from a position of strength as the market-leading provider of mission-critical digital commerce solutions for retailers, restaurants and financial institutions,” said NCR Voyix CEO David Wilkinson. “Our strong base of blue-chip customers will continue to benefit from our end-to-end solutions, which will be further enhanced by the strategic focus and operational agility of our new organization. As we enter this next phase and execute on our strategy, we will be able to deliver solid growth, profitability and value creation for our shareholders.”
NCR Voyix begins from a position of strength.
To learn more about NCR Voyix, visit the company’s new website, https://www.ncrvoyix.com.
About NCR Voyix Corporation
NCR Voyix Corporation (NYSE: VYX) is a leading global provider of digital commerce solutions for the retail, restaurant and digital banking industries. NCR Voyix transforms retail stores, restaurant systems and digital banking experiences with comprehensive, platform-led SaaS and services capabilities. NCR Voyix is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, with approximately 16,000 employees in 35 countries across the globe.
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