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December 2, 1997updated 03 Sep 2016 2:15pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Automated Teller Machine manufacturer Triton Systems Inc is helping banks and financial institutions cash in on the sales and services opportunities provided by their cash dispensing units, with the launch of VendMate, a peripheral which transforms the ATM into a vending machine for items such as tickets, postage stamps and phone cards. VendMate is an add-on module for Triton’s existing ATMs, and is custom built by Triton to dispense either one or a variety of items according to the owner’s specifications. Triton specializes in ‘off-premises’ ATMs and has 15,000 installed throughout the US. The VendMate module includes a plastic card dispenser and a wide format thermal printer which can be adapted to print tickets, ski passes, gift vouchers or any other specific niche applications. It also includes a bill accepter which takes $1, $2, $5, $10 and $20 bills. The unit bolts on to Trion’s cash-dispensing 9500 or 9600 ATM models.

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