Company: RDM Corp.
RDM Corp., a financial technology company with global headquarters in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, enhanced its EC9600i series by adding a new line of single feed (SF) network scanner models to the EC9600i auto-feed (AF) network scanners introduced in 2015. The next-generation, browser-based check scanners are designed to adapt to a variety of workflows and settings.
Bill Buser, Director of Scanner and Digital Imaging Solutions at RDM, recommended asking three questions when evaluating scanners: "How easy? What cost? How much time?" It's not just technology that is a critical consideration; it's about how the scanner fits into your workflow, he added.
Buser additionally noted that EC9600i scanners are generally easier and more cost-effective to install than traditional scanners for several reasons. "The installation script and troubleshooting remains the same across various PC, Mac and mobile devices," Buser said. "And there's no need to invest in additional scanners because the EC9600i can support multiple work stations."
Broadly compatible with PC, Mac and mobile environments, the EC9600i can be used by financial institutions, healthcare providers, property management companies and government agencies, the company stated. The scanner has configurable onboard intelligence and diagnostic tools, and is self-supporting across all browsers and operating systems.
Its universal interface enables it to operate with Citrix and other thin client environments. Routine updates of the operating system and browser can be done once, eliminating frustration. The IP-addressable appliance can use its own network hub to troubleshoot common problems, RDM added.
The EC9600i scanner is designed to support full remittance capture, check franking and endorsement on mobile devices and desktop environments. RDM stated the scanner combines productivity with a small footprint and includes the following standard attributes:
RDM described the EC9600i scanner's optional features as follows:
EC9600i users can view networked devices in real time, using the scanner's dashboard and reporting tools. Minimal development is required to integrate the scanner into payment applications using the manufacturer's software development kit and application programming interface library, RDM noted.
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