IBC's Open for Check Processing All Day Long

Adams, John
July 2004
Bank Technology News;Jul2004, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p40
Trade Publication
Reports on Texas community bank, International Bank of Commerce's (IBC) check processing system. Use of imaging at the teller window to quicken the workflow and expand beyond limited hours; Expansion plans of the bank; Reducing paper purchasing costs and the expense related to physically moving documents from one locale to another.


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