Foss, David
September 2007
Bank Technology News;Sep2007, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p49
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the rise of remote deposit and merchant capture technologies. He argues that the idea of check electronification is reasonable, however doubtful, referring to small businesses and commercial customers who want to do the capture work. He believes that merchants may have seen the advantages inherited in a solution that allowed them to get deposits into the system more quickly. An overview of the most exciting aspects of the development is offered.


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