|By Marketwired .||
|June 20, 2014 11:35 AM EDT||
DAYTON, OH -- (Marketwired) -- 06/20/14 -- Panini, the global market leader in distributed check capture, will be a prominent exhibitor next week at the Canadian Payments Association's biennial conference -- the 2014 Payments Panorama, taking place in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.
"We are very excited to participate in this year's Payments Panorama. Panini has been deeply engaged in the Canadian check truncation initiative, and we look forward to the opportunity to showcase the most advanced and trusted technology for distributed check capture to our Canadian customers and partners," said Jim Harris, Panini's Vice President of Sales for North America. "This is an opportunity for Financial Institutions to learn more about our track record of superior performance and how this translates into savings and efficiency for their organizations."
Panini will be featuring two breakthroughs in distributed capture, the Panini Vision neXt and the Panini mI:Deal. The Vision neXt is Panini's new flagship batch capture platform which builds on the technology and success of the Vision X® product line to once again revolutionize the industry. Featuring a sleek, modern design complete with easy-access swing open covers, the Vision neXt achieves new performance standards while delivering robust quality. Breakthrough innovations include a patented document auto-alignment system, which eliminates the need for expensive joggers, and a unique document exception pocket. The integrated front-feed ID card scanning capability and multi-line graphics printer provide financial institutions the opportunity to consolidate multiple teller activities into a single, space saving, ergonomic device.
The Panini mI:Deal is a smart, practical, and secure answer for cost effective and reliable check capture at point-of-sale, easily integrating into a wide range of existing POS environments including traditional and mobile POS. Combining innovation and ease-of-use with its compatibility for remote deposit capture, branch, and mobile environments, the Panini mI:Deal offers the most reliable and economical capture of checks with comprehensive compliance and security in a wide variety of application scenarios.
Demonstrations of Panini's check capture solutions, including the Vision neXt and mI:Deal, will take place in booth 8 on June 25-27, 2014 at the Delta Prince Edward hotel in Charlottetown, PEI, Canada.
Founded in Turin, Italy, Panini has enabled clients to capitalize on shifts in the global payments processing market for more than sixty years. Panini has a rich history of technology innovation, leveraging the company's expertise in research & development. Panini's market leading solutions are based on state-of-the-art engineering resources and ISO-9001 quality certified production. Panini offers check capture solutions that enable customers to fully realize the advantages and efficiencies available with the digital transformation of the paper check, resulting in the world's largest deployed base of check capture systems, now approaching one million devices. Panini's scalable check capture solutions address the complete range of distributed check processing opportunities including teller capture, back-counter capture, remote deposit capture, remittance processing and point-of-sale capture. The company provides solutions on a global basis, and has direct subsidiary operations in the United States covering North America and in Brazil covering Latin American markets. For more information visit www.panini.com.
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