The Elite series will be getting a new self-cleaning mode, a maintenance and ink level indicator light, and 600 dpi front ID card capture. See Announcement | Product Info
The Quantum DS can take over for full-sized devices at the end of their service lives.
A look back at one of our high-tech projects for the U.S. Air Force.
Our ultra-compact check scanner is now available in network-ready models!
Our microfilm division’s new FlexView helps you convert your own microfilm to digital.
We traveled to Kathmandu to host a seminar on branch automation.
In certain developing countries, check usage has defied the global trend by staying flat or increasing over the past several years. We investigate the causes of this phenomenon.
Our new network API gets major updates, and comes to select SmartSource models.
Recurring “paper jams” on a check scanner often indicate another problem.
How sea shipping helped one of our partners in India come in on time and under budget.
Networking is nothing new – but virtual desktops and barebones workstations are changing the way branches operate. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3
The simplest – but most critical – way to keep your scanner running smoothly.
Where it came from, how machines read it, and why the fonts look so strange.
A lot has changed to make it possible to clear Canadian cheques from the U.S.
List of upcoming conferences and events attended by, or hosted by, Digital Check.
Why we changed our cleaning cards,
and how the new versions are better!
Examining why the decline in check usage suddenly slowed in 2017.
How our company helped bring photos from the Viking and Mariner missions to life.
Certain difficult-to-scan documents are notorious for causing unreadable images – but we’ve developed software that can clean them up automatically.
Why self-printed checks can cause problems when it comes time to scan them.
Learn more about who we are and how we’ve evolved in 60 years of innovation.
Our popular touchscreen-based platform for self-service is coming to North America
Why right-sizing branches might be just as important as tablets and touchscreens.