Swiss Bank to Deploy Diebold ATM Software

Diebold Inc. has been chosen by Baloise Group, one of the largest insurance companies in Switzerland, to replace 40 of its Baloise Bank SoBa AG ATMs. The ATMs in this agreement will run Diebold's Agilis software.

The ATMs to be deployed include the Opteva 562 and 522 models, and the 760 and 720 advanced-function ATMs equipped with the enhanced note acceptor (ENA), enabling cash deposit functionality. The ENA enables the deposit of up to 50 mixed-denomination notes in an easy, envelope-free transaction that authenticates and validates deposits, quickly and accurately.
  
Opteva ATMs help financial institutions provide a level of service closer to a branch experience by enabling additional functionality, including deposit automation, advertising and other advanced banking transactions.

Also as part of this agreement, the terminals will be equipped with three layers of ATM security, including a strategically designed bezel, Diebold's award-winning skimming detection technology and anti-skimming technology.

"We were very delighted with the commitment of the involved Diebold employees. We feel perfectly supported. The security solutions featured in Diebold Opteva ATMs played an important role in our choice," said Claudio Theus, chief information officer of Baloise Bank SoBa AG.

"Diebold is fully committed to providing our customers with innovative solutions, high-quality services and effective project management," said Danilo Rivalta, vice president and general manager of Diebold EMEA’s southern and central region. "This project showcases our ability to support Baloise Group in its retail banking development projects."


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