Diebold found it could serve much broader needs in emerging markets than in the . Across Latin America, consumers use banks to pay everything from utility bills to taxes. So Diebold ATMs handle these services, 24 hours a day. In Argentina, where filing taxes is a nightmare, citizens now can fill out returns on a PC, store them on a disk, and have their disks scanned on one of 5,000 special Diebold terminals, most of them at banks. Red Link, which owns the biggest network for the tax service, gave Diebold the job because "they're extremely flexible and can adapt technology to solve any problem," says Commercial Manager Armando Avagnina. Diebold also is landing new contracts across Latin America to manage bank ATM networks.