VSoft Partners With SortLogic

Thursday 18 November 2004 10:42 CET | News

SortLogic SYSTEMS, a division of Omni-Soft, has entered into an agreement with VSoft Corporation, to integrate and resell SortLogics software tools.

The partnership will bring the performance and value of SortLogic’s tools to VSoft’s extensive check and transaction processing customer base. VSoft is the sixth major software vendor to partner with SortLogic SYSTEMS this year. VSoft will offer SortLogics DPX Transport Interface, DPX Booster Packs, Virtual 3890, and Electronic Payments Facility (EPF) components. SortLogic’s DPX Transport Interface seamlessly supports multiple document processing hardware platforms with no additional programming effort, including reader-sorters from BancTec, IBM, Unisys and NCR. This partnership will deliver a high level of joint technology designed to help users take significant cost, risk, and time out of implementing, integrating, extending, and maintaining image-based processing platforms, such as those for Check 21 initiatives. Specifically designed with the remittance and lockbox provider in mind, SortLogic EPF replaces high-speed check capture with electronic presentment of images and data to endpoint banks in native IBM 3890 format. This eliminates extra check processing passes. SortLogic Virtual 3890 is scalable software that allows check, remittance and lockbox processors to truncate items after the prime capture pass, and electronically re-pass images and data, instead of paper. With no subsequent paper handling, users can significantly lower their operations costs, improve productivity, and accelerate posting. The SortLogic tools will be available across the breadth of VSoft’s software products for check and payment processing, including its eDesk image platform. VSoft has the ability to license additional SortLogic software components, as customer demand warrants. By incorporating a complete set of software development tools, and by using an industry standard architecture, SortLogics DPX Transport Interface reduces complexity involved with hardware-interface development and deployment. With DPX Transport Interface, developers can bring new solutions to market in months, as compared to traditional hardware interface efforts that can take a year or more. This single interface approach provides end-users with more hardware options, allowing for greater redundancy, protection of existing investments, and the ability to configure hardware to more closely match their needs – all critical in our increasingly distributed processing environment.

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