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LONG BEACH, Miss. – Triton, the ATM manufacturer which started out producing primarily retail machines and which has begun offering relatively inexpensive ATMs for the small financial institution market, has rolled out a software package which, it says, will allow institutions to more easily add machines to their ATM fleets. The company named the new software package Prism. If the ATM network consists of ATMs from multiple vendors, new services are difficult to deploy because of the need to implement the service in multiple client applications, the Dover corporation subsidiary said. Prism however, is built atop Microsoft’s industry standard XFS interface, enabling the same application to run on any Windows-capable ATM. As a result, financial institutions can cost-effectively develop new Web services and deploy them across their entire network.

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