Don't Overlook Quality When Devising Check-Image Exchange

Pezdirtz, Karl
June 2004
Bank Technology News;Jun2004, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p52
Trade Publication
Emphasizes the importance of image quality when devising check-image exchange between banks in the United States. Two approaches to direct image creation and exchange that have emerged as the most viable alternatives for banks; Efforts of banks to finalize their plans for conducting image exchange as the day of the enactment of Check 21 legislation draws near.


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