NCR Gets $7.5 Million ATM Deal

Monday 13 December 2004 20:02 CET | News

NCR has received a $7.5 million contract from Banco de Credito del Peru for new automated teller machines and upgrades to existing ATMs.

The company, a maker of ATMs and other financial technology systems, said the deal also includes its multivendor software and professional services. Banco de Credito plans to install the ATMs throughout Peru and Bolivia and use NCRs software to schedule marketing and advertising campaigns across the ATM network. In recent trading, shares of NCR rose 36 cents to $67.49 on the New York Stock Exchange. Shares of Credicorp Ltd., parent of Banco de Credito del Peru, were down 2 cents at $15.54.

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