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ATM advertising firm i-design wins new licence deals

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Image caption The company said the deals increased its presence in three key territories

ATM advertising firm i-design has significantly increased its presence in the UK, Canada and America after completing two major licence deals.

The Dundee-based company said 3,000 additional software licences had been bought by existing customers Barclays Bank and Cardtronics.

Cardtronics acquired 1,500 licences for US-based ATMs and convenience store chain 7-Eleven's Canadian ATM estate.

In the UK, Barclays bought an additional 1,500 licences.

The bank will now roll out i-design's software to new branch and retail-based ATMs, following last year's deployment onto 4,000 ATMs and kiosks.

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."

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