TSAI, parent company to ACI Worldwide, reports revenues of $78.0 million and planned acquisition of S2 Systems

Transaction Systems Architects, Inc. (Nasdaq: TSAI), the parent company of ACI Worldwide, today announced financial results for its third fiscal quarter ended June 30, 2005. Results for the quarter include revenues of $78.0 million, operating income of $15.2 million, net income of $10.0 million, diluted earnings per share of $.26, and operating cash flow of $18.0 million.

During the quarter, ACI Worldwide added six customers. Highlights include the signing of Smart Chip Manager (SCM) for a national identity program in a Middle Eastern country; the addition of four ACI Proactive Risk Manager(tm) (PRM) customers in the U.S., Latin America and Spain, bringing the Company's PRM customer count to over 90; the licensing of 14 capacity upgrades which included three top 500 financial institutions and a major international payments network; and new applications with seven existing customers including BASE24-es(tm) to a top 20 financial institution for a pan-European ATM deployment solution.

"We are pleased with our strong financial performance during the quarter," said Philip G. Heasley, CEO. "These results, combined with new customer signings and our planned acquisition of S2 Systems, provide for continued profitable growth for TSA. We're also celebrating ACI Worldwide's 30-year anniversary this year, and we are pleased to recognize more than 30 of our customers who have been with us for 20 or more years. Our success has been made possible by these longstanding customer relationships."

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