• How will Consumers Respond to Mobile RDC Fees?

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    Thanks to bankinnovation.net for publishing our guest article about mobile RDC fees! See the excerpt below, or read the full story here … Should mobile remote deposit capture (RDC) be free? That’s the question people are asking again after comments made this month by Regions Bank and PNC indicating that they respectively plan to charge...

  • Proudly Sponsoring the FIS InfoShare Conference

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    Digital Check is participating in the 2013 FIS InfoShare conference this week at the Gaylord Palms Resort in sunny Kissimmee, Florida. While we’re displaying our full range of scanning solutions on the Expo floor, we’re extra-excited that FIS is featuring our TellerScan TS240/TTP check scanner and teller transaction printer in both their Horizon and Bankway...

  • Final Memories from the 2013 Masters

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    We had an amazing time last week with all of our partners and clients who joined us on the course for the 2013 Masters tournament. Here’s a look back at some of our favorite memories from the weekend at Augusta National. Saturday – After positioning our chairs at the famed 16th hole, a 170 yard...

  • Up Close at the Masters

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    With Round One of the 2013 Masters in the record books, the Digital Check team also had a great day out, with a customer visit by FISTM. FIS is the world’s largest global provider dedicated to banking and payments technologies, and has been a reseller of Digital Check products with check imaging solutions for over...

  • Digital Check Conducts Second Annual Brazil Remote Deposit Capture Seminar

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    Digital Check, in cooperation with Sao Paulo based partner Recognition, will conduct its second annual Remote Deposit Seminar in Sao Paulo, Brazil on April 18th.  Brazil has been a strategic market for Digital Check scanners as the country continues to roll out distributed check capture and clearing. Digital Check first established a direct presence in...

  • Best Practices in Project Management: Managing Project Scope

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    In the second article in this series on best practices in project management, we discussed defining the project scope.  Defining the project’s scope is crucial to managing time and costs ofthe project, as well as required resources.  Adding these features, also known as “gold plating” and “scope creep” not only adds time and cost, but...

  • More from the Masters

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    The main event at Augusta National teed off today, but earlier this week, Digital Check hosted some of our international partners for the second day of practice rounds. Another beautiful day on the course, even with the “clouds” of pollen coming off the pine trees. But that was a small price to pay for great...

  • Digital Check at the Masters

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    Editor’s note: Every year, Digital Check attends the Masters golf tournament with a few lucky clients and staff. We will post periodic updates throughout the tournament. 1955 U.S. OPEN CHAMPION Jack Fleck, second from left, poses with (left to right): Patrick Koster of Jack Henry & Associates, Digital Check CEO Tom Anderson, and Digital Check’s...

  • In the News: RDC Brazil Seminar

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    Our RDC Brazil seminar is just over a week away, and it’s nice to see it gaining a few mentions in the local media. Here’s a short excerpt from an article that appeared in Empresa S.A. last week (translated from Portuguese): Remote Deposit Capture (RDC) technology, which takes functions and resources from banks to shops,...

  • Bluebird Upgrade: Trouble for Brick-and-Mortar Banks, or an Opportunity?

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    Last week, the banking industry raised an eyebrow as Bluebird rolled out a series of changes for its prepaid cardholders, including FDIC insurance, check writing, and a higher maximum balance of $100,000. The obvious (and probably correct) conclusion reached by many was that the American Express/Walmart backed operation was trying to become more like a bank than...

  • Digital Check on Bluebird’s Recent Upgrades and How Banks Should Take the News

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    Yesterday, our article “Bluebird Upgrade: Trouble for Brick-and-Mortar Banks, or an Opportunity?” appeared on bankinnovations.net – you can read the full article here. The title explains most of the article’s main point, but to summarize quickly: Bluebird (the Walmart/American Express prepaid card) last week added FDIC insurance and check writing to its accounts, making everyone...

  • Coming April 18: Digital Check’s RDC Brazil Seminar

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    Back in December 2012, remotedepositcapture.com ran an article titled “RDC is Not Just for US,” detailing the relatively new — but quickly growing — opportunities for remote deposit capture outside the U.S. Oscar Milan, who manages Digital Check’s Latin America sales office, and Cesar Dias, from our Brazilian partner Recognition, were quoted in the story....

  • Best Practices in Project Management: Time Management, Part 2

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    This is the eighth installment in our series on best practices in project management.  In the last article, we mentioned that there are three primary constraints that can affect the success of any project: cost, time, and scope.  We began our focus on the time element of the three constraints, discussing factors involved in developing...

  • Recap: BAI Payments Connect, Canadian RDC and Check Security

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    Just finished up another edition of the BAI Payments Connect conference, this time in Phoenix, Arizona. It's been interesting to see this show evolve over the years, from a huge grab-bag of financial topics to a more tightly focused event encompassing traditional payments.

  • Hello again from Hannover

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    It’s been a busy week at CeBIT here in Hannover, Germany, but luckily there’s been enough time outside of show hours to see a little of the city. Just below is the Marktkirche (Market Church), which was built in the 1300s, and restored in the 1950s after being partially destroyed in World War II. Measured...