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CSS selects Panini for check scanning
MADISON, Wis. (11/10/09)--Panini, a provider of check scanners for distributed capture, has been added to the stable of credit union products and services available from CUNA Strategic Services (CSS). "Panini will provide credit unions with the power to more efficiently turn a manual paper process into a digitally enhanced one," said Wes Millar, senior vice president of CSS. The Panini Vision X, the company's scalable check scanning solution, is used by financial institutions for branch image capture and remote deposit capture. The compact check scanners feature:
* ISO: 9001 certification; * Capture capabilities in MICR reading, document handling and image quality; and * Investment protection with system scalability that allows the scanner to adjust as customer needs change.
Panini has North American headquarters in Dayton, Ohio, and is based in Torino, Italy. It recently launched a check scanner for small business remote deposit capture, called the Panini I:Deal. For more information, use the link.
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