The Burroughs SmartSource Micro Elite scanner is ideal for low-volume remote deposit capture applications. This single-feed device has one of the smallest footprints in the industry saving valuable desktop space. Fraudulent items are identified early with hardware-based Magnetic Ink Character Recognition (MICR). Front and rear color image cameras, and an ID card scanning capability round out this small but versatile device.
Silver Bullet Technology, Inc.’s Ranger® for Macintosh product enables remote deposit capture users with Apple Macintosh computers to use the extremely popular Burroughs SmartSource Micro Elite scanner. Silver Bullet Technology’s Ranger® product, the universal check scanner API, gives its users the flexibility to run item processing applications unchanged on a wide variety of check scanners. As new scanners become available, Ranger’s flexibility allows for a seamless transition of scanners into the market. Ranger® offers financial institutions control over their system configuration with an effortless mix and match between their software and check scanner hardware.
“An important segment of the remote deposit capture community uses Apple Macintosh computers and we are pleased to be able to support them with the Burroughs Micro Elite scanner and Ranger®, both of which are very popular with the rest of the remote deposit capture community.” said Larry McCarter, CEO of Burroughs, Inc.
“Silver Bullet’s Ranger® API was developed to allow our partners the maximal scanning flexibility and productivity,” said Bryan Clark, CEO of Silver Bullet Technology, Inc. “Expanding our offerings with Burroughs to include Apple products falls in line with our ongoing goal to provide innovative products and services to our customers.”