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Rosetta Technologies Debuts Affordable, High-Speed MICR Printer

Tuesday, October 30, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

TAMPA, Fla.--Oct. 30, 2001--Rosetta Technologies will be demonstrating their just released MICR-enhanced version of the IBM Infoprint 70, a 70 page-per-minute MICR printer, designed for Business-Critical Applications, and CheckStream(TM) a Windows NT/2000-based check-printing and electronic document management system. Rosetta Technologies, an IBM Business Partner since 1994, is a leading provider of MICR check payment and electronic document solutions for IBM Printing Systems. Rosetta Technologies incorporates its MICR technology exclusively with IBM laser printers creating complete payment solutions that benefit their users with IBM reliability, global support, IBM supplies, and leading-edge software for native IBM operating environments and open systems. For XPLOR 2001, Rosetta Technologies will demonstrate proven expertise in secure MICR check printing and software solutions, that include the Rosetta Technologies' Digital PreSets(TM) for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), and higher education systems, as well as output capabilities from printers and facsimile to Internet-ready document formats like PDF, HTML, XML, etc. Rosetta Technologies Corporation is the leading IBM Printing Systems Division Business Partner for complete check payment and electronic document solutions. The Company's offerings include a complete family of IBM laser printers engineered by Rosetta Technologies for ANSI compliant MICR output, software packages for electronic document disbursement, post processing equipment, supplies, and, electronic document creation services. Global support is provided by Rosetta Technologies in partnership with IBM.

 

 

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