(February 12, 2020) -- Burroughs, North America’s largest independent service & integration provider for payment and transaction technology ecosystems and KAL, a world-leading ATM software provider are partnering to provide customers with hardware-agnostic software solutions as an alternative to existing OEM-centric options and compliance-driven upgrades.
As Burroughs continues to expand its portfolio solutions within the financial institution, retail, and gaming markets, this strategic partnership with KAL will strengthen its software offerings in addition to its existing hardware and managed services.
The first product being brought to market will be Kalignite Hypervisor, KAL’s game-changing solution that allows financial institutions to break free from costly and disruptive ATM hardware and software upgrades required for compliance.
KAL CEO Aravinda Korala said, “This is a fantastic opportunity to open up our world-class ATM software to Burroughs’ customers, and it gives us the chance to boost our presence within the North American market.”
Anson Martin, Burroughs CEO, said, “We are excited to partner with a globally recognized third-party software provider in KAL. The addition of these software solutions to our overall portfolio allows us to provide our customers with innovative alternatives so they can extend the lifespan of their technology investment, maximize uptime, and achieve greater operational efficiencies.”
Burroughs will make Kalignite Hypervisor available in Q2 2020.
KAL is a world-leading ATM software company and the preferred supplier to mega-banks such as ING, Citibank, UniCredit and China Construction Bank. KAL’s software gives banks full control of their ATM network, reducing costs, and improving competitiveness.
Burroughs is the largest independent service and integration provider for payment and transaction technologies in North America, and with a 133-year history of helping customers advance their cash management operations, Burroughs is the trusted partner for the full lifecycle management of technology ecosystems.