LANCASTER, PA – October 24, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Paramount Management Group has been awarded the ATM Services Agreement to operate 23 ATMs located at 17 service plazas along the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Paramount has been the exclusive provider of ATM services to the Pennsylvania Turnpike since
2011, providing both ATM and digital media services. The program enables the delivery of fully branded ATM transactions from a multitude of nancial institutions, through the Select-A-Branch ATM Network, and provides digital advertising through its signature 21-inch video toppers.
Randall Leaman, President & Chief Operating Of cer, Paramount Management said:
“We are very pleased to have been selected for a contract renewal through this very competitive RFP process. I believe that this win is a testament to our team’s primary focus on customer satisfaction. We understand how important cash access is to travelers, and are very proud of our industry leading uptime availability. We look forward to the opportunity to continue our relationship with the PA Turnpike Commission and the travelers that make use of its highways.”
Jeffrey Naugle, Manager of Treasury Operations, PA Turnpike Commission said:
“The PA Turnpike’s contract with Paramount was set to expire, and the Commission issued a new request for proposals for ATM providers so we could continue offering this service to customers and employees. We received ve proposals, and the Commissioners unanimously voted to execute a new agreement
with Paramount, our incumbent provider. We have had a positive experience with Paramount’s customer service as well as their performance in managing the ATMs.”
About Paramount Management Group:
Paramount Management Group is dedicated to building a national ATM presence, capable of providing unprecedented value-add services to our merchant locations and consumers that use our ATMs. We provide a unique customer delivery experience which is unequaled in the marketplace. We offer a full menu of services that includes: hardware sales, processing, cash management, ATM service, ATM branding and Digital Media Services.
About The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission:
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission operates and maintains 552 miles of toll roads in the state. It oversees 68 fare-collection facilities, 17 service plazas and 27 maintenance facilities. With more than 2,000 employees, it generated $1 billion in annual toll revenue ( scal 2016) from 198.3 million vehicles a year. Known as “America’s First Superhighway,” it opened Oct. 1, 1940. To learn more, visit www.paturnpike.com.