The Do's and Don'ts of Choosing a MICR-Enabled Printing Solution

Ward, Chuck
October 2008
Banking New York;Fall2008 Banking Solutions, p52
Trade Publication
The article offers tips for choosing Magnetic Ink Character Recognition (MICR) printers for banks. The financial services industry uses MICR printers for checks, reimbursements, coupons and statements. According to the article, one of its features is its highly reliable and accurate read rate. Features to look for in an MICR printer include password protection, lockable paper draw option, and datastream tray protection.


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