Diebold reported that ATM sales in the fourth quarter rose 14.5% to $281.3 million (or up 12% on a fixed exchange-rate basis). ATM services revenues climbed 10.5% to $247.4 million (or up 8% on a fixed exchange-rate basis). During the quarter, Diebold had total “Opteva” ATM orders of approximately $100 million. Orders totaling $8.6 million for “Opteva” and other self-service equipment came from three financial institutions in Western Europe. There were three “Opteva” orders in Latin America totaling $4.6 million, a major order for “Opteva” in Southeast Asia totaling $4.3 million, and an order for “Opteva” in Eastern Europe for $3.3 million. Other financial self-service orders came from four major banks in China totaling $36.7 million and three banks in Latin America totaling $15.1 million. Diebold expects financial self-service revenue growth of 8% to 10% (fixed exchange-rate basis) for 2005. For complete details on Diebold’s fourth quarter performance, visit CardData ([www.carddata.com]).