Barclays Bank and Cardtronics add 3,000 new software licences
Cash machine advertising software developer i-design has sold 3,000 additional software licences to two existing bank customers.
The deal, with Barclays Bank and Cardtronics, extends i-design's presence in the UK, Canada and North America.
Cardionics has acquired 1,500 new licences for its cash machines in the United States and the convenience store chain 7-Eleven's cash machine estate in Canada.
Barclays Bank has also added 1,500 new licences across its UK cash machine network, adding to the 4,000 it agreed in a deal with i-design last year.
Last year i-design also secured a significant new contract with YourCash for 6,000 UK ATM machines and a further 600 in the Netherlands.
I-design chief executive Ana Stewart said: "The purchase of additional licences by two of the largest operators of ATMs and ATM managed services worldwide sees i-design significantly increase licensed ATM numbers in three key territories.
“This once again validates our belief that our marketing solution provides unrivalled technological, customer engagement and commercial advantages by providing ATM owners throughout the world with the flexibility and tools to unlock new ways of communicating and engaging with their customers.
“Combined with our unique ability to generate new revenue streams from self-service estates via our third party advertising service, our solution continues to be an extremely attractive proposition.”
Last December, i-design posted its first profits ahead of target on the back of the deals with Barclays and YourCash.
The Dundee company has developed cash machine customer engagement software Joono, which was launched in June of last year, and advertising offering atmAd, which creates self-service channels between bank and ATM owners and customers.
The latest licence deals takes i-design's stable of cash machines operating its software to more than 24,500.
Shares in i-design rose by nearly 10 per cent in early trading today.