How Important Is Check Image Quality?

I guess it depends who you’re asking, but in the remittance processing world it plays a critical role in the optimization of your overall processing operation.  The check scanner you run should have a high quality camera that creates optical resolution images of 300 DPI (dots per inch).  Various transports have different features and tools that allow an improved read & image capture of the overall document, scanline, MICR line etc. Most financial document scanners […]

Business to Business Remittance Processing

The premise of our Business to Business Remittance Processing Solutions is to AUTOMATE the handling of your payments whether they are standard personal/corporate checks, money orders, cashier’s checks, list payments, online payments, etc. Utilizing industry renowned check imaging transports such as Opex, Canon, Burroughs, NCR, etc. alongside our innovative payment software, RTLFiRST, will allow optimization of customer labor & quicker handling of payments without compromising the integrity and accuracy of your deposits. Payments that are flagged for […]

Is Your Remittance Process As Agile As Your Business Needs to Be?

Not all payment processing policies are created equal. Each company has a specific set of needs and functions that require its accounts receivable departments to work with. And, in today’s digital world, you need agile business solutions to empower every department to adapt and adjust according to any new changes. The good news is that you can find ways to manage your unique processing rules and create adaptive remittance solutions without the high cost of […]

You Scan, We Verify!

Payment Verification: How We Can Help! Is your organization knee-deep in payments? In the past, many of our clients’ pay processing operations procedures were hectic. During peak periods of the fiscal quarter, a high volume of processing payments needed to be processed—quickly and accurately—without delay. Many organizations run into this problem. Teams become overwhelmed with the sheer volume of payments that need to be processed. Delays in processing end up becoming inevitable. Many organizations cannot afford this interruption.