What check readers are and how they workandrea
From paper checks to check scanners
The advancement of technology leads us in an increasingly preponderant way to a progressive abandonment of the paper as a support for images and documents.
Even at the banking-economic level, this process is underway in favor of data that travels through electronic coding and decoding instantly. It follows that all this is bringing considerable advantages to this world by exponentially speeding up the circulation of information and consequently of money, especially when we talk about consistent checks. On the other hand, we all agree that … time is money! We then give a brief overview of the benefits that check scanners or readers are bringing to the money processing industry.
Check readers: a multi-purpose and effective solution
The scanners for bank checks are able to offer effective solutions for the acquisition of the paper check, post office bills and tickets. I am able to allow the management of the image and its contents up to the dematerialization of this type of documents. These tools are so advanced that they can solve any problem related to the distributed processing of the document. For this reason they are considered an effective and economically advantageous solution especially for acquisition projects at the counter, in back office, remotely, microfilm replacement and ATM deposits. Scanners are also able to offer great benefits in the management of many types of documents: not only checks but also meal vouchers, payment slips, gift vouchers, lottery tickets and more.
Integration for a complete and customized system
The scanners for bank checks can be integrated in the banking, insurance, industrial and professional sectors, so as to offer a complete service to the end user and thus guarantee a return on investment. This also includes quality support services offered by competent and punctual staff, extending these services up to the use training, help desk support, installation, spare parts supply, assistance up to the advance of replacement units directly at the customer’s operational headquarters.