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* NORTH CANTON, Ohio (2/10/09)--ATM manufacturer Diebold reported that its fourth quarter revenue dropped 6% from fourth quarter 2007 to $823.0 million. Income from continuing operations was $15.3 million, up 323% from fourth quarter 2007. Full-year 2008 revenue was $3,170.1 million, up 8% from 2007. Diebold said it is concerned about the challenging economy, but noted that more than half of its revenue comes from services. “Market demand for financial self-service solutions remains relatively stable,” said Diebold President/CEO Thomas Swidarski. Diebold is developing infrastructure to reduce costs, the company said in a statement ... * AUSTIN, Texas (2/10/09)--Teres Solutions announced that it partnered with Lending Solutions Inc. (LSI) to allow loan officers at LSI to use the Teres SAIL lending platform. The SAIL platform provides automated decisions on some applications. An LSI specialist can be notified of a pending application in the system and provide a decision within minutes. LSI’s system also can interface with the SAIL platform to transmit the applications to a credit union’s system. LSI provides lending center services and consulting programs for financial institutions. Teres develops direct and indirect lending software products for financial institutions, including credit unions ... * LONG BEACH, Miss. (2/10/09)--Triton announced plans to produce a new off-premise ATM, the RL1600, in March. The new ATM will be previewed at the ATMIA Conference in Nashville, Tenn., this week. The ATM comes with a printer, business cabinet, Talaris MiniMech dispenser and customizable back-lit graphic sign. ATM owners can create marketing messages and coupons for the ATM, the company said ...


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