Heartland Payment Systems has bundled Panini’s I:Deal cheque scanner with its Express Funds solution for remote deposit capture (RDC), powered by transmodus. The solution allows Heartland customers to scan and deposit cheques to any bank at their convenience using the Panini I:Deal.
Express Funds is a programme designed to accelerate cash flow for business users by digitising the cheque deposit process. With this deposit and recovery solution, business owners gain the ability to deposit cheques anytime and from anywhere – using the Panini I:Deal.
“We began looking for an easy-to-use, reliable and cost-effective cheque scanner when we expanded our Express Funds solution,” says Tony Capucille, director of cheque management at Heartland. “The Panini I:Deal supports our strategy to provide state-of-the-art solutions to business owners receiving paper payments.”
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