San Diego, CA, BAI Payments Connect Conference, March 8, 2016 – Digital Check’s SecureLink® technology will allow network control of any of its current-generation scanners, including remote operation from browser-based mobile and tablet devices. The new system will enable Digital Check scanners to operate without being tethered to a dedicated workstation, and is backward-compatible with existing scanner models.SecureLink debuts in the form of a small external attachment that adds network addressability so the scanner can be driven from a browser on another network-connected device. The SecureLink technology both drives the scanner and enables remote operation by either single or multiple tablets, laptops, and even smartphones. The 3-inch by 4-inch device can communicate with computers and handhelds running any operating system, and is fully compatible with touchscreen devices.
“As the bank branch evolves, versatility becomes highly valuable for hardware that has traditionally existed only at the teller window,” said Rian Maloney, Digital Check’s vice president of software development. “The ability to handle self-service, a touchscreen environment, or more common teller functions – or to be shared between those roles – gives financial institutions the flexibility to deploy our scanners or other devices in whatever way they can imagine.”
SecureLink is backward-compatible with existing Digital Check scanners, including the CheXpress CX30, TellerScan TS240, and the new TellerScan TS500. The SecureLink device is available in limited quantities for partner testing and integration starting in March, with additional external and scanner-onboard versions scheduled for later in 2016 and in 2017.
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