Canon USA has selected RP Solutions, a remittance processing and electronic payments (e-payments) solutions provider, as an authorised reseller of Canon’s imageFormula CR-Series of cheque transports including the CR-50, CR-80, CR-135i and CR-190i. These cheque scanners convert paper cheques into electronic images and can be used in a wide variety of applications such as low-volume teller, branch, and remote deposit/merchant capture, as well as high-volume payment, remittance and lockbox processing.
“Canon is recognised worldwide as a provider of quality digital imaging solutions, and we’ve been an active member in their alliance marketing programme for years,” said David Johnson, president, RP Solutions. “We’ve sold our remittance processing solution bundled with Canon cheque scanners to many customers and they are performing very well. Customers really appreciate their high-speeds, compact footprints, and convenient ease of use.”
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