LONG BEACH, Miss. - Triton, the ATM manufacturer which startedout producing primarily retail machines and which has begunoffering relatively inexpensive ATMs for the small financialinstitution market, has rolled out a software package which, itsays, will allow institutions to more easily add machines to theirATM fleets. The company named the new software package Prism. Ifthe ATM network consists of ATMs from multiple vendors, newservices are difficult to deploy because of the need to implementthe service in multiple client applications, the Dover corporationsubsidiary said. Prism however, is built atop Microsoft's industrystandard XFS interface, enabling the same application to run on anyWindows-capable ATM. As a result, financial institutions cancost-effectively develop new Web services and deploy them acrosstheir entire network.

"As financial institutions look for more options to make theirATM program operate as a profit center, they are exploring theavenues that have proven to be successful in the retail ATMmarket," said James Phillips, a senior manager with Triton. "It isonly fitting that they would look to a company that continues toset the standard in the retail ATM market for a solution to provideanother level of customer service without breaking the bank."

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