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January 19, 2016updated 04 Apr 2017 3:59pm

BTI Payments selects IBM for ATM infrastructure management

BTI Payments, which runs over 3,000 White Label ATMs (WLA) in India, has signed a $40m seven-year deal with technology giant IBM to transform its IT infrastructure.

By Verdict Staff

BTI Payments, which runs over 3,000 White Label ATMs (WLA) in India, has signed a $40m seven-year deal with technology giant IBM to transform its IT infrastructure.

As part of the agreement, IBM will manage, monitor and maintain ATM assets, including their feasibility, supply and installation, performance monitoring, availability management, reporting and analysis.

The latest partnership will allow BTI Payments to use IBM’s managed services solution for implementing and managing an incremental 4,000 ATMs throughout the country.

BTI Payments managing director K Srinivas said: "This strategic tie-up with IBM will help us build a robust and resilient ATM infrastructure providing improved availability through centralized monitoring, thus enabling us to scale operations and build an agile technology environment."

IBM India / South Asia country manager – technical support services for GTS Sanjay Khare said: "This strategic relationship provides BTI instant access to country wide infrastructure support giving them single point of accountability, control, and automation of its IT operations, enabling them to focus on their core business."

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