Single software solution for the world's largest ATM network
China Construction Bank (CCB) is the largest Chinese bank by Tier 1 capital, with a vast ATM network of approximately 32,000 ATMs.
The challenge: Provide China's first single standardised ATM software solution for the largest ATM network in the world.
China Construction Bank’s massive ATM network includes approximately 32,000 ATMs of multiple models which need to be managed by a multivendor solution in order to increase productivity and efficiency, and reduce costs.
The rollout for China Construction Bank was across the world's biggest ATM network and was China's first deployment of multivendor ATM software.
The software solution, delivered by KAL and their local development partner, Zijin Technology, is China’s first deployment of multivendor ATM software. It supports over 100 different transactions implemented across 11 different ATM hardware manufacturers, including NCR, WNI, Diebold, Hitachi, Yihua, and GRG.
It is also certified on ATMs manufactured by Nantian, Kingteller, Changyuan and Triton, plus recycling ATMs from Hitachi, Yihua and Diebold in CCB.
Key project outcomes
Using KAL's ATM software as a base, Zijin created bank-specific solutions for the Chinese financial industry.
The KAL/Zijin software has been successfully deployed on ATM networks at many of the leading banks in China including:
- China Construction Bank (CCB)
- China Everbright Bank (CEB)
- Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Asia) Limited
- Bank of Communications
- Shenzen Development Bank
- Beijing Rural Commercial Bank
We chose to partner with KAL because they provide us with high quality and reliable software.
— Mr. Zhong, VP & CTO, Zijin Technology
More about Zijin Technology
Zijin Technology was established in 1992 and has been a KAL partner since 2002. It is one of China's leading financial IT system developers and integrators to both the national banking system and state. The company is headquartered in the high-tech industrial park of Shenzhen.
Zijin has subsidiaries in Nanjing and Shanghai, and partners throughout China (including Beijing, Shenyang, Zhengzhou, Hangzhou, Nanchang and Fuzhou).