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  • jetjock74 jetjock74 Dec 19, 2000 9:49 PM Flag

    Is ATMS a player in the potentially

    huge market for ATM voting machines?

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    • Jet in San Antonio (I've been there - noce
      town).

      No right now ATMS is not a player in this market - I
      for one don't believe it is a potentially huge market
      - because we will not invest that much coin for our
      voting systems - there are many simpler more accurate
      ways.

      Carr said they were not pursuing it right, but he also
      said that should there be some sort of government
      contract or any plans for that in the future - Tidel would
      surely put it's hat in the ring and be very competitive
      - (I am paraphrasing but quite
      accurately).

      I think American have the attention span of a gnat
      and we will not be very apt to spend major monies on
      ATM voting machines -

      our attenion is
      awaiting the next Elian case or maybe we'll get pissed off
      that Dennis Miller is doing Monday night football or
      whatever fodder the media puts out there for us. The
      voting issue is over!