SAO PAULO, BRAZIL, June 17, 2009 – Digital Check (www.digitalcheck.com), a provider of desktop cheque scanners and remote deposit capture technology to the financial industry, announced that it is focusing on Brazil in its international remote deposit capture expansion, and will be exhibiting at the CIAB Febraban 2009 conference in Sao Paulo, Brazil, June 17 -19. Local companies Datacheck and ATP Banking Technology will join Digital Check to demonstrate their cheque processing and remote deposit capture applications with Digital Check’s scanners.
“This is the first time we have participated in a conference in Brazil, and after Gitex Dubai and CeBIT Hannover, it is an important step in Digital Check’s international expansion,” said John Gainer, executive vice president for Digital Check. “As the country moves towards cheque truncation, we want to extend to Brazil the time, savings and convenience of branch and remote deposit capture that financial institutions and their small business clients enjoy in the United States and other geographical areas around the world.”
The full range of Digital Check products will be available in the Brazilian market and as in other international markets, including the award winning CheXpress® CX30, a bank quality scanner with a low cost for small business users, and the TellerScan® TS240 for teller, branch and remote deposit capture that been recognized around the world as providing the highest quality images, greatest MICR accuracy and reliability, and the lowest cost of ownership.
“As a traditionally heavy cheque user and the largest country in South America, we look forward to supporting cheque imaging and cheque truncation in Brazil as it is proving to be an important emerging market for Digital Check,” said Alex Trombetta, managing director for international markets for Digital Check. “Digital Check has a long history of international ventures, such as the current dual manufacturing strategy in the United States and Japan, and is very experienced with the requirements of local markets.”