Bank Mandiri, the first largest retail bank in Indonesia by total assets, has ordered 1,421 Opteva 529 ATM machines from Diebold.

Functions of the ATMs include contactless card readers, e-purse and mobile tops.

Wico van Genderen, vice president, Diebold Asia Pacific said of the order: "As a leading self-service terminal provider in Indonesia, Diebold is committed to meeting the needs of financial institutions in this region and provide secure, reliable technology that adds convenience and flexibility to consumers. For more than 10 years, we have partnered with Bank Mandiri to meet their business needs, and we are committed to continue to support them as they grow."

Bank Mandiri is currently running 10,000 ATM machines across Indonesia.

The new ATMs come with card skimming prevention technology and anti-fishing features.

Bank Mandiri has partnered with Diebold for ten years to provide self service technology to their customers.

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