OTI Continues to Extend Footprint in the Russian Market with Additional PO for 2,000 Advanced Payment Systems

ROSH PINNA, Israel, June 03, 2019 – On Track Innovations Ltd. (OTI) (NASDAQ: OTIV), a global provider of near field communication (NFC) and cashless payment solutions, today announced that it had received another significant order for more than 2,000 advanced payment systems for use in Russian ticketing.

This additional order builds on OTI’s previous success in the significant Russian market, having delivered to date almost 18,000 cashless payment systems.

The Uno EMVco & MIR certified NFC ultra-compact payment platform is explicitly designed to meet the needs of unattended kiosk and self-service payment environments, the system can also be used for Smart Electric Vehicle charging stations, and smart ATMs.

OTI’s CEO Shlomi Cohen commented, “We won this order based on our leading technological capabilities and it is a demonstration of the highest level of security. This important customer has become another key reference for us in Russia, and we look forward to accelerating our momentum in the region over the coming quarters and years.”

MIR approval was granted to OTI in August 2018, enabling Russian consumers to use an OTI cashless payment solution as a convenient way to make payments through unattended automated machines. The Russian national payment system created the MIR payment card at the end of 2015 with the primary objective that sovereign payments would be independent of foreign organizations. In only 4 years, the number of MIR cards issued has grown quickly and currently amounts to over 56 million, over 20% market share, based on data from the Russian Central Bank.

 

About OTI

On Track Innovations (OTI) is a global leader in the design, manufacture, and sale of secure cashless payment solutions using contactless NFC technology. OTI’s field-proven innovations have been deployed around the world to address cashless payment and management requirements for the Internet of Payment Things (IoPT), automated retail and petroleum markets. OTI distributes and supports its solutions through a global network of regional offices and alliances. OTI is the proud recipient of the 2017 AI Award for Best Cashless Payment Solutions Provider – Israel.

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OTI Press Contact:

Richard Harris

Marketing Manager

+972-4-686-8004

press@otiglobal.com

Investor Relations Contact:

Gavriel Frohwein

+1 646 688 3559

oti@gkir.com

 

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