Triton ATM Machines

Triton RL1600 In the early 1990s Triton pioneered ATM withdrawals in retail stores with the introduction of the Triton Scrip terminal, a machine that allowed a store’s customers to use an ATM card to generate a scrip voucher, redeemable for cash at the register. Later that decade Triton systems introduced the Triton 9500 Series ATM. A cash dispensing ATM Machine using a De La Rue dispenser.

get_startedThen came the Triton 9600 (an industry work horse) and many other popular models followed. In 2000 Triton was acquired by Dover Corporation (NYSE-traded DOV). Dover was a manufacturer of a wide range of products for both industrial and commercial use. In 2004 Triton launched the RT2000, a small low-cost thought-the-wall ATM. That same year Triton ended up shipping more than 120,000 ATMs to 17 countries around the world since inception.

In March of 2010 Dover Corporation divested it’s interested in Triton Systems and sold Triton to a group of private investors. The company is currently privately held. Triton offers four distinct ATM product lines for different applications:

  • RL1600 series – a small off-premise ATM for retailers
  • RL2000 series – a walk-up design for busier locations
  • RL5000 series – a customizable ATM for larger venues
  • FT5000 series – a through-the-wall ATM

ATMDepot.com carries the full line of Triton ATM Machines. Triton ATMs have been the market leader since the early 1990’s and continue to make solid reliable ATM Machines. It’s not uncommon to get 10+ years of solid use out of a Triton ATM. In February of 2011 Triton produced it’s 200,000 ATM Machine and continues to grow strong.

Noah Wieder, CEO of Intelligent eCommerce, Inc. (owner and operator of ATMdepot.com) has been in the ATM business since 1992 when Triton first introduced their scrip machines. Mr. Wieder was part of Triton Systems original Triton Advisory Committee and served two years on the task force.

Mr. Wieder was also the founder of XtraCash ATM, responsible for more than 5,000 ATM deployments from 1994 – 2000 including the introduction of ATMs into 170 McDonalds locations throughout Southern California as well as In-N-Out Burger back in the late 1990’s.

XtraCash ATM was sold to Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) in 2000 and then sold to E*Trade in late 2002. Mr. Wieder then formed ATMDepot.com in 2003 and has since deployed over a thousand ATM Machines all over the USA. Want to work with a leader and avoid costly mistakes in the ATM business, Call us today.