ACI talks up 2007 sales

Source: ACI Worldwide

ACI Worldwide (NASDAQ: ACIW), a leading international provider of software for electronic payment systems, today announced that the company added 49 new customers in calendar year 2007, including 17 new customers in the quarter that ended December 31, 2007.

New customers licensed products spanning the breadth of ACI's solutions from fraud and risk management to online banking, smart card management and online payments processing. In addition, 50 existing ACI customers licensed one or more additional applications from the company in 2007, expanding their use of ACI's integrated software.

Fourteen new customers selected BASE24-eps in 2007. Today over 30 customers are live on BASE24-eps, significantly expanding their capabilities for integrated online electronic payment processing.

Thirty new customers licensed ACI's fraud detection solution in 2007. With fraud on the rise, the number of customers using ACI Proactive Risk Manager has grown by more than 60 percent during the past three years, making it one of the company's fastest selling products. The year ended with over 2,500 institutions being protected by Proactive Risk Manager.

Twelve new customers selected ACI Smart Chip Manager in 2007, including a large Canadian bank that is using the software as their foundation for Canada's national migration to chip technology for debit and credit cards. Another 12 new customers selected ACI's solution for automated ATM key distribution; eight licensed ACI Payments Manager to automate back office processing; six selected ACI Retail Commerce Server to process payments in a retail environment; and five chose the ACI Card Management System. The year ended with five new customers using ACI software in a hosted on-demand environment.

In all, 116 of the world's top 500 world banks and nine of the top 20 global retailers use ACI software. The company supports a total of 820 customers in 86 countries.

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