Level Four adds support for Triton and Tidel ATMs

Level Four adds support for Triton and Tidel ATMs

Level Four Software, a London-based provider of ATM test and development software, has moved to ease the burden of testing for institutions running multi-vendor networks by extending its product suite to support off-premise cash machines from Triton and Tidel.

Accessed via a desktop PC, Level Four's ATM Simulator now provides transaction testing for off-premise devices from new market entrants - such as Triton and Tidel - and follows an upsurge of interest by banks in the convenience ATM market.

Level Four's primary involvement with multi-vendor networks has been through Atmos, the ATM and card outsourcing division of Link Interchange Network. Atmos uses Level Four products to provide technical development support, end-to-end testing capabilities and to assist in the preparation of machines for migration to the new EMV standard.

Martin Macmillan, CEO, Level Four, comments: "Off premise ATMs represent a significant growth industry and our tools are used to help test and integrate these devices into existing networks and thereby enable rapid deployment in response to market demands."

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