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Diebold is exclusive ATM provider at Beijing Olympics
BEIJING (7/9/08)--Diebold Opteva ATMs will exclusively provide ATM services for the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing, the company announced Tuesday. The Bank of China has installed Opteva ATMs in the key competition venues and facilities in the Olympic and Media villages in Beijing and Qingdao. The machines will be available in three languages--Chinese, English and French. Diebold, which has a strategic alliance with CUNA Strategic Services, is placing components and parts in warehouses ahead of schedule to ensure their supply to the Games. The company also will keep its customer service center in the region open 24 hours per day. “As the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games and the 2010 World Expo draw near, cities such as Beijing and Shanghai are becoming more open,” said Daniel Hu, Diebold vice president and managing director, North Asia and China. “Visitors to China will need more convenient access to financial services.” Diebold is an ATM manufacturer that provides financial services to financial institutions including credit unions.
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