Access to Money Acquires Triton's Prism Software

Mar 30, 2011, 07:00 ET from Access to Money, Inc.

CHERRY HILL, N.J., March 30, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Access to Money, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: AEMI), one of the largest providers and non-bank operators of ATMs in the United States, has acquired Triton Systems Prism Operating Software.  The Prism Software is used to drive ATM transactions on machines utilizing a Window's XP Operating Platform.  

Richard Stern, President and CEO stated, "Acquiring the Prism Software allows Access to Money to deploy more functionally enhanced ATMs at a cheaper, more competitive price.  Moreover, we can now work directly with equipment manufacturers to design ATMs in response to specific market demands."  

About Access to Money, Inc.

Access to Money, Inc. is one of the largest providers and non-bank operators of ATMs in the United States.  With approximately 10,400 terminals under contract, its customers range from national specialty stores, retailers and credit unions to individual convenience stores, and are located throughout all 50 states.  Access to Money also provides student loan outsourcing services to university credit unions throughout the United States.  

About Triton

Triton Systems of Delaware, LLC is the U.S.-based, global leader in retail ATMs, software, parts, repair and training services.  With a global installed base of over 200,000 ATMs powered by TDL and supported by ATMGurus, Triton provides custom solutions and differentiation to ISOs and IADs of all sizes.


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SOURCE Access to Money, Inc.