The Bank of Guam has signed a $2 million dollar contract with US ATM manufacturer Diebold for the supply of 66 Opteva cash machines and the vendor's Agilis ATM software.
Under the agreement, the bank will replace its existing network of Diebold i and ix Series ATMs with 46 of the new terminals which will be deployed in 17 branches throughout Guam and Saipan. The remaining 20 machines will replace all of the bank's off-premises ATMs.
The units will be powered by Diebold's Agilis software, which runs on a Windows operating system and allows multiple vendors' terminals and technologies to co-exist on an ATM network.
EP Villaverde, VP, information systems administration, Bank of Guam, says: "Opteva has the advanced functionality and security to meet the changing needs of our customers at the branch and retail locations."