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Panini first to market with RDC for Macs
DAYTON, Ohio (3/7/11)--Payments processing provider Panini has introduced a Mac interface for its remote-deposit capture (RDC) check scanners. Panini is a CUNA Strategic Services provider. Apple Macintosh market share of the desktop market was 11.41% as of October, according to Net Applications. “There are a significant number of Mac-based small businesses and consumers that, until now, haven’t been able to take advantage of RDC, so this initiative has been a priority for Panini,” said Michael Pratt, Panini chief marketing officer. Panini’s new Mac interface includes native support in the Mac OS X operating system, is based on Vision API version 3.6 and supports its check scanning products, Vision X and I:Deal. Panini is involved in strategic initiatives involving the new Mac OS X capabilities and will make additional announcements, including new customers, partnerships and channels, Pratt said.
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