As part of its latest phase of service enhancements, KeyBank has released a long-term check image archiving solution for clients. Accessible through its Internet channel, Key Total Treasury, the new service extends the length of time images can be accessed and is available to a broader array of Key’s disbursement clients, according to the bank. The new Internet service allows small business, middle market and large corporate checking clients to view check images for up to seven years, an improvement over the two- to three-month industry standard, said KeyBank. The organization also noted that the service eliminates a common client prerequisite to online image access, that of required purchase of advanced commercial services.
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