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CONIX Systems Officially Introduces New Products Suite

Friday 25 February 2005 03:51 CET | News

CONIX Systems, has announced its new product suite designed to provide a flexible, high quality image processing environment for all check processors: the ImageAnalyzer (IA)ä, a sophisticated image quality assurance system; Remote Item Processing Solution (RIPS)ä, a small-to-medium volume-specific electronic image capture system; and IRD Print, a scalable printing solution.

Utilizing recognition technology from Parascript, IA provides users with a comprehensive image analysis tool that performs all of the ANSI x9.37 image quality checks, as well as a usability analysis on all critical areas of each check to ensure that the image is useable within a Check 21 environment. IA can be used as the core of an image quality control process that evaluates items on a sampling or other basis. A flexible reporting system provides analysis data on a per-item basis as well as roll-up reports for an overall view of image processing quality. The ImageAnalyzer can be activated by any application within the enterprise, allowing the user financial institution to set identical quality standards and tests for every image source. Designed specifically as a cost-efficient alternative for branch, customer and other remote capture requirements, RIPS provides a fully functional item processing system that allows users to continuously change their processing approach as image processing and exchange evolves. RIPS includes image capture/image POD, reject repair and x9.37i capability. RIPS also integrates with external systems like IBM’s imageGateway to provide remote image capability to IBM’s imageCPCS system. IRD Print provides financial institutions with the ability to print Image Replacement Documents (IRDs) as required by the recent Check 21 legislation by converting an x9.37i file into printed image replacement documents using a wide variety of magnetic ink character recognition (MICR)-capable printers. In addition, this product matches the electronic MICR data and the OCR MICR line on the images to ensure that the printed IRDs are exact duplicates of the original checks without changing current item processing processes, and correcting for keying and other errors that are in the MICR data.


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