|Batch types can be set up for items that include pairs of remittances and checks, multiple remittances and/or checks, single checks, or post-dated items. Image Remittance’sProcess Control window graphically displays the status of batches in progress. All stages othe application – scanning, OCR recognition, Edit/Verifying, Batch Listing and MICR/OCR file Exportation – are initiated and monitored from the Process Control window. The Scan module utilizes the TellerScan™ TS400es, (shown here) or Panini 80/120/170 Image/MICR Scanner for checks and remittances. The scanner captures the front and back images and MICR line data. Images are output to TIFF format, in 100 or 200 dpi, black & white or gray scale. Back image capture can be disabled if not required.
The TS400es or Panini provide high-speed scanning with MICR/OCR codeline reading and endorsing in a single pass. Remittances and checks are then automatically sorted into separate pockets of the scanner.
Once a batch is scanned, a background OCR Recognition process is performed on the remittance image document and the OCR line results are stored. An optional check digit routine can also be performed to verify the validity of the captured information.
An edit/verify stage allows the user to visually verify the image quality of the scanned items and to manually key enter information not captured by MICR and OCR lines. Zooming and image rotation allow for full viewing of information on the back and front of items.
Batch Listings can be printed that list all items and a total for each batch. Extract files are created with check and remittance information, which can be exported to other applications.
Archived information is indexed by the data captured from the MICR and OCR lines, as well as any additional information added during edit/verification. Items are instantly retrievable using any or all of these fields. A Retrieved Item Report can be printed or faxed, and includes images of the front and/or back of the retrieved remittance and check, as well as indexing information and retrieval date. Optional information can also be added to the report, including institution name and address, contact name, and logo.
Information is stored on the hard-drive, and can be cut to CDROM for long-term storage and/or off-site viewing. CD Archive and Retrieval allows compact storage and easy retrieval of all images and data captured. One 640 MB CD-ROM can hold approximately 25,000 images. Data stored on CD-ROM is non-erasable and non-alterable. CD’s contain a search engine (a retrieval module) that allows the archived information to be viewed directly from the CD on any Windows XP/NT/2000/98/95 workstation. The CD Search module is copied to the CD each time a CD is created from within the IA Remittance application.
Other Features of IA Remittance:
Recommended Configuration Requirements:
TS400es or Panini 80/120e/170e Check Scanner with MICR Codeline Reader, Endorser.and Sort Pockets. Adaptec 2940 SCSI card and cable for TS400.