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Not in the cards? Here's what the ATM of the future will look like

By orbograph / February 26, 2016 / 0 Comments

ATM technology is responding to the fact that, in spite of consumers’ embrace of plastic, there is still a lot of love for cash (Chase plans to respond to the desire for cash access by introducing check-cashing ATMs in late 2016.). Checks are still getting some luvin’ as well!

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The Key to Controlling Medical Claims Billing Costs? INTEGRATION

By jgregory / February 17, 2016 / 0 Comments

It’s a safe bet that there will be a great deal of talk at this year’s HIMMS Conference (February 29 – March 4 in Las Vegas) regarding integration in medical claims billing.

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Stay on Target: Spider-Man and the Omnichannel

By jgregory / February 11, 2016 / 0 Comments

We’ve been talking about the Omnichannel quite a bit, both in the OrboNation blogs and around the Orbograph offices. It’s an important topic for financial institutions and retailers alike.

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Omni-Channel Strategies Demand Cross-Channel Consistency

By orbograph / February 8, 2016 / 0 Comments

During the Omni-Channel Capture: An Evolving Strategic Direction webinar recorded live at the RDC Summit 2015 (free for RemoteDepositCapture members here), the panelists agreed that Omni-channel delivery strategies, pioneered by hospitality and retailing companies, are becoming absolutely vital for financial services.

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Embracing the OMNICHANNEL: Banks Break Free From Legacy Systems

By orbograph / February 4, 2016 / 0 Comments

Before “Multi-channel” become Omnichannel, the goal was to provide multiple ways to interact with a bank and your accounts. For quite a while, the ability to check balances and make deposits by any means other than walking into a bank lobby – using a web site, ATM machine, smart phone, etc. – was novelty enough.…

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ECCHO Continues Strong Leadership, Reaches 25th Anniversary Milestone

By jgregory / March 26, 2015 / 0 Comments

In an era where “checks were away”, who would believe there are still 18B per year remaining. Luckily for financial institutions and the payments industry, we have an organization who providers leadership around checks; instituting rules which facilitate better, faster and more fair payments!  Thank you ECCHO. The list of accomplishments is impressive.  Check out…

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ABA Tool Looks Useful for Finding Routing Numbers for Consumers, but Will It be Helpful for Bankers?

By jgregory / March 24, 2015 / 0 Comments

The new American Bankers Association tool for finding routing numbers could be very helpful for consumers looking for routing numbers (also referred to as routing and transit/R&T). “Routing numbers are only issued to federal and state chartered financial institutions that are eligible to maintain an account at a Federal Reserve Bank. Accuity is responsible for the assignment…

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Congratulations to Orbograph Business Partners and Clients in the FinTech 100

By jgregory / December 5, 2014 / 0 Comments

Orbograph business partners did well in the annual FinTech Rankings of technology vendors (FinTech Forward) to the financial services industry conducted by BAI and American Banker. The study identifies the forces and trends that are motivating banks’ technology investment and ranks the top 100 companies along with their revenue generated from financial services.

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FDIC Quarterly Banking Profile (BQP) Shows Banking Industry Forging Forward

By jgregory / December 3, 2014 / 0 Comments

Does a 7.3% boost in earnings give you any indication of how the banking industry is doing holistically? The increase in earnings was mainly due to a $7.8 billion (4.8%) increase in net operating revenue (the sum of net interest income and total non-interest income), the biggest since the fourth quarter of 2009. The good news is that almost two-thirds of the 6,589 insured institutions reporting (62.9%) had year-over-year growth in quarterly earnings.

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The Fundamentals Behind Managed Check Recognition Services

By jgregory / August 27, 2014 / 0 Comments

There was a great article written on the Institute of Financial Operations site called “5 reasons you should not manage OCR software internally”. The concepts and challenges for end-users to fully manage their recognition environment applies to all industries. We’ve seen how even in check processing, banks are underachieving in their check processing environments by 10%, 20% and even 30%, leaving large chunks of automation “on the table” for their employees to manage. The end result is higher labor costs, additional overhead to run the systems and negative client experience due to additional errors.

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