Aquracy, a US provider of advanced turnkey transaction processing products, has launched a remote deposit capture solution that leverages the benefits afforded by Check 21. Called Aqurit Remote Capture, the product allows users to electronically capture and transmit check images and related payment transaction information for accounts receivable update and to their depository institution as an electronic deposit. The software is targeted at bank branches, remote operations, corporate clients, and retailers. Aqurit Remote Capture enables users to truncate checks at the capture point, eliminating the costly and time-consuming physical transportation of checks, and significantly accelerating the deposit function.
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