Most scanners on the market today focus on the teller window or remote deposit capture, but back counter branch capture is a different process that demands different equipment. Faster speeds, higher capacities – and, of course, durability – all come into play much more than they would with ordinary banking devices. Digital Check has two scanners that can meet your branch capture needs in different ways.
The BX7200 was built for branch capture, with its powerful motors, high capacity sorting pockets, and extended track length. At 200 documents per minute (DPM), it can run through even the largest workloads quickly, and its 300-item input tray means faster overall throughput. It can sort scanned documents into two separate exit pockets – for example, one for on-us checks and one for transit items – and is among the only devices that can do so without any loss of speed while scanning.
Since it was designed for high-volume situations, virtually every key part in the BX7200 is user-replaceable without tools – just simple snap-in, snap-out replacement on any component that experiences wear and tear. With routine cleaning and basic maintenance, the BX7200 can provide a useful lifetime in the millions of scans with little to no maintenance. To learn more about the BX7200 visit our full product page for details.
It might have “Teller” in the name, but the TellerScan TS500 is versatile enough to handle the large batches at the back counter if called upon. Also boasting a top speed of 200 DPM, along with the AccuTrac® self-alignment system, the TS500 has both the speed and sturdiness to serve in a branch capture environment.
If space is at a premium and expense is a consideration, the TS500 can handle the production needs of your organization. To learn more about the TellerScan TS500, visit our full product page for details.