First National Bank Begins Live Processing On the Endpoint Exchange Network

Tuesday 23 November 2004 17:12 CET | News

First National Bank, based in Omaha, Neb., has begun sending check images for electronic clearing and settlement through the Endpoint Exchange Network.

As one of the largest financial bank holding companies west of the Mississippi River, with over $16 billion in managed assets, First National Bank enjoys a legacy of innovation. First National’s Cash Management division uses the latest technology in payment processing to help corporations maximize the use of their funds. First National focuses nationally on larger billers and corporate clients who need high volume payment processing, especially in the check, remittance, and ACH processing areas. Long recognized as a pioneer in check imaging and archival solutions, First National is interfacing its full suite of image-enabled AFS item processing applications to the Endpoint Exchange Network. First National’s existing technology provides a smooth platform to convert from a paper-based to an image-based check clearing and settlement system.

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