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Triton to spotlight FT7000 series ATM

11 November 2005  |  2161 views  |  0 Source: Triton

Triton's new full-function banking ATM will be the featured product at the 28th Annual BAI Retail & Delivery Conference & Expo.

Along with the new FT7000, Triton will be exhibiting other low-cost, high quality ATMs and ATM software for financial institutions.

"The launch of the FT7000 in the U.S. and internationally introduces a completely new line of terminals, designed to meet the requirements of any financial institution, large or small," said Triton President Brian Kett. "It's also another example of our continuing commitment to provide innovative products that exceed customers' expectations."

James Phillips, Senior Manager of Triton's Financial Institution Sales, called the FT7000 the easiest, full-function ATM to configure, customize, and support. "With a total cost of ownership far less than traditional offerings, the FT7000 can help you expand your ATM network without breaking your budget," said Phillips. "The design of the 7000 family allows for easy configuration of your ATM estate to match the needs of your customer base today, yet be ready for any upgrade in the future."

The FT7000 features an Intel Pentium IV processor and Microsoft Windows XP Pro. The software driving the FT7000 is Triton's Prism ATM application. Prism provides banks and credit unions with a simple HTML interface for customized screen content. The FT7000 architecture is fully XFS compliant as well. This open architecture solution ensures a seamless integration into any existing network. As a result, new web services can be easily developed and deployed across an entire fleet.

The FT7000 family can be configured at the factory or in the field to support an envelope depository with an optional envelope dispenser, a two-sided check scanner, and other innovative financial service options. All these options can be added at any time without expensive reconfiguration costs.

"The Prism platform provides software support for all these options, so the system is fully integrated and ready to go," said Phillips.

Whether a walk-up or drive-through model, the FT7000 can be retrofitted into virtually any existing through-the-wall opening. The FT7000 is ADA compliant, has multi-lingual capabilities, and also comes standard with a UL 291 Level 1 Safe.

The FT7000 is slated for release mid 2006.

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