Comtrac Corp., the Dallas-based maker of TPS 2000-- software that allows financial institutions to mn automated teller machine networks from a personal computer -- sold 14 new systems in the first half of 1994.

TPS 2000 handles all ATM transactions, including cash authorization, deposits, withdrawals, payments, and inquiries.

Eight of the systems were sold to credit unions. Three were sold to financial institutions -- in Mexico, Trinidad, and Canada. One system, configured as a debit card point of sale system, was sold to Diebold Inc. the ATM maker, and is being installed at a commercial bank. The remaining two systems were sold to community banks, company officials said.

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