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IBERIABANK Chooses Diebolds Agilis Software As Network Standard

Friday 21 November 2003 23:03 CET | News

IBERIABANK one of the largest Louisiana-based banks, has selected Diebolds new open-standard, cross-vendor automated teller machine (ATM) software, Agilis and deploying 20 Opteva ATMs.
The $2 billion IBERIABANK, which serves clients at 41 branch offices throughout South Central and North Louisiana, and the greater New Orleans area, is using Agilis in its network on both Diebold and NCR ATMs. Agilis is currently powering an ATM manufactured by NCR at IBERIABANKs flagship location in New Iberia, La. Agilis allows financial institutions to run the same software across all of the ATMs in their network-and to take advantage of advanced technologies, such as Web enablement, Java, and .NET technologies. The use of a widely-used and market-proven middleware product from Nexus Software, Incorporated, helps the Agilis application accommodate differences in hardware. Agilis supports the addition of advanced-function transactions and enhanced features using the latest open technology, such as the ability to leverage Web services, browser-based screens, Web-based transactions and a personalized user experience, all of which can be developed for installation on multi-vendor ATM hardware. The intelligent marketing capabilities of Agilis and Opteva were especially appealing to IBERIABANK executives. Being close to its clients -- making decisions in each of its markets -- is a major competitive advantage for the regional bank, which provides customized products and services to meet the needs of its retail, commercial and public entity clients. Moving forward, IBERIABANK plans to standardize its network of ATMs with Diebolds Opteva self-service terminals. The deployment will include mostly advanced-function Opteva units.

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