Tuesday , May 22, 2018

Remote Deposit Capture

Veem Now Offers Working Capital and other Digital Transactions News briefs from 3/9/18

Cross-border payments provider Veem announced it now offers working capital to merchants through a deal with merchant-financier BlueVine. Payments provider Bluefin Payment Systems LLC said its services will be available to users of practice-management software from Rev360 that is designed for use in eye-care practices. Payments provider Century Business Solutions …

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Mobile-Capture Deposit Limits Rise for Consumers as Banks Eye Under-Penetrated Small Businesses

Banks and credit unions across the board are increasing deposit limits for mobile remote deposit capture transactions, and with the consumer remote-capture market mostly conquered, financial institutions are turning their attention to small businesses. Those are two highlights from RemoteDepositCapture.com’s 2017 study of the mobile-capture market. The Alpharetta, Ga.-based publishing …

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Mobile Deposits at Community Banks and Credit Unions Grew 35% in 2017, Software Firm Says

Mobile remote deposit capture transactions jumped 35% in 2017 over the previous year thanks to an increase in users, a software firm specializing in digital-banking applications for community banks and credit unions reports. “For banks and credit unions live for all of 2017, mobile deposits grew by an average of …

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Ensenta Acquisition Will Make Jack Henry a Major Player in Remote Deposit Capture

Processor Jack Henry & Associates Inc. announced late Tuesday that it has a deal to acquire Ensenta Corp., a Redwood Shores, Calif.-based provider of remote deposit capture and payment and risk-control services. Founded in 2001, Ensenta provides more than 1,100 financial institutions and government agencies with software-as-a-service products distributed via …

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Mobile Remote Capture Provider Digiliti Rejects Urban FT’s $10.5 Million Bid

Digiliti Money Group Inc., a provider of mobile remote deposit capture services for banks, has rejected Urban FT Inc.’s offer to save the company from potential bankruptcy, Urban FT announced Tuesday. Earlier in August, Digiliti said was considering “strategic options” that included a sale of the company or a Chapter …

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Rescue Bid From Digital-Payments Tech Firm Gives a Big Lift to Digiliti’s Stock

Digital-banking platform developer Urban FT Inc. disclosed early Wednesday that it has made a “compelling offer” for financially troubled Digiliti Money Group Inc., a provider of mobile remote deposit capture services for banks. News of the all-cash offer, whose size wasn’t disclosed, sent Digiliti’s beaten-down stock soaring on the Nasdaq …

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Remote-Capture Tech Provider Digiliti Might Restate Financials, Considers Bankruptcy

The news just keeps getting worse for Digiliti Money Group Inc., a small fintech company that provides remote deposit capture software and services for banks and credit unions. On Monday, Digiliti said it is considering “strategic options” that include a sale of the company or a Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. …

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USAA Solicits Other Financial Institutions To License its Remote Deposit Capture Technology Patent Rights

USAA, a pioneer in developing remote deposit capture, said it is “inviting” banks and credit unions to license the patent rights to its RDC technology, for which the financial-services giant holds approximately 50 patents. Launched in 2006 as a way to enable USAA’s customers, many of whom are in the …

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Remote Deposit Capture Provider Cachet Financial Solutions Seeks Equity and a New Name

Cachet Financial Solutions Inc., a small tech company best known for providing remote deposit capture services to banks and credit unions, is trying to raise nearly $14 million in new equity to shore up its finances while pivoting toward prepaid cards and facing a legal deadline to rebrand. In a …

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Banks’ Online and Mobile-Based Payment Services Still Have Long Growth Runways, Study Finds

By Jim Daly@DTPaymentNews Web- and mobile-based banking and payment services still have large room for growth, although online bill payment seems to have hit an adoption ceiling, according to a new survey of banks’ usage of software-based services for consumers. Chicago-based investment firm First Analysis Securities Corp. interviewed executives from …

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