G. F.
June 2008
Bank Technology News;Jun2008, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p29
Trade Publication
The article features the ImageNet Mobile Deposit platform from Mitek Corp. It cites that through the platform, the image pattern recognition firm turns a two-megapixel cellular telephone camera into a distributed capture gadget that can photograph and transmit the image of a check for deposit or to pay a bill. James D. DeBello, chief executive officer of Mitek, noted that they think banks can add this capability to their existing remote deposit capture infrastructure.


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