Wells Fargo & Company has launched a remote deposit capture service to support businesses using Macs. The new service is available to all Wells Fargo Commercial Electronic Office Desktop Deposit users who connect Panini scanners with iMac, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, Mac mini, and Mac Pro computers. Installation of a plug-in is only needed to begin scanning deposits.
“Wells Fargo supports the technology our customers use in the workplace and wherever they go,” said Katie Knight, who heads the Desktop Deposit service for Wells Fargo. “Apple is growing its business market substantially, and we’ve partnered with Panini to support Macs for remote deposit capture to ensure we are meeting the changing needs of our customers.”
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