LONG BEACH, Miss. – Triton, the ATM manufacturer traditionally associated with primarily cash dispensing machines but which has also broadened its scope to include full-service machines popular with financial institutions, reported having a record breaking year in 2004. The firm shipped more than 20,000 ATMs in 2004, an increase of 19% over 2003, it reported. "Two of Triton's newest products, the RL5000 and FT5000 models, released one year ago, have made significant contributions to the sales volume by opening new markets," said Triton President Brian Kett. "With the newly introduced RT2000 we expect to further increase our market presence by providing a low-cost through-the-wall ATM designed for high-volume retail locations." Triton also achieved another significant milestone in February of 2004 with the production of its 100,000th ATM since beginning production in 1994. "We can certainly say that 2004 was a banner year for Triton," Kett said, "We plan to continue this trend in 2005 as we launch our new line of ATMs featuring a Microsoft Windows XP platform and Prism software for multi-vendor platforms targeting the financial institution market."

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