Enterprise electronic payment company ACI Worldwide has introduced a solution to support deposit automation requirements for domestic financial institutions.
The company has combined its BASE24-atm self-service banking modules and BASE24-infobase solution to offer deposit automation services for financial institutions. The BASE24-atm self-service banking modules offer support for new ATM deposit automation capabilities such as envelope-less check and cash deposits, magnetic ink character recognition (MICR) processing support to enable check imaging, and teller capabilities to assist and perform transactions on behalf of cardholders at the ATM.
BASE24-infobase automates the transfer and processing of check images captured at the ATM to bank image archive and retrieval systems, eliminating the costs associated with managing ATM devices through multiple single-purpose systems.
This new solution allows ACI’s customers to leverage their investment by providing the incremental capabilities they need to deploy new deposit automation services and strategies. This will allow them to take advantage of the latest ATM technologies, improve their customer offering and ensure they meet industry compliance requirements, said Jeffrey Hale, senior vice president of Americas marketing and business development at ACI.
To improve its portfolio for electronic payments, ACI Worldwide introduced ACI prepaid solutions on November 12, 2007. The solutions are preconfigured to automate business processes related to prepaid cards and can be implemented as a complete suite or in modules depending on the customer’s requirements.
ACI’s ATM solutions have been deployed at several financial institutions in the past. On November 6, 2007 San Antonio-based banking organization Frost upgraded its ATM system with ACI Worldwide’s BASE-24 class of solutions. Frost deployed BASE24-eps version 6.4 and ACI Payments Manager version 6.4 solutions.
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