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Rosetta Technologies releases new OnSight returns processing solution

Monday, August 16, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Tampa, Fla. - Rosetta Technologies, a leading provider of MICR printers and check and Image Replacement Document (IRD) software solutions, announced the release of a higher capacity version of their OnSight item processing and printing solution, at a new, lower price. OnSight is the all-in-one solution that offers financial institutions a cost-effective option for processing and printing IRDs from X9 electronic cash letters downloaded from the Federal Reserve Bank or other item processors.

The newly released package includes Rosetta's SP 3410DN MICR printer, replacing the SP 3300DN MICR printer. The new version doubles the print capacity of the solution, providing the ability to print up to 4,950 three-up IRDs per month. Additionally, the price of OnSight has been reduced from $1399 to $899.

"Thousands of banks and credit unions are still receiving paper return items from their processor. Additional exposure caused by item receipt delays are quickly making this an unfeasible model for more and more institutions," said Glen Fossella, vice president sales and marketing. "This new version of OnSight resulted from demand from larger customers that required a higher-volume solution for their returns processing."

OnSight includes everything an institution needs to easily process and print IRDs from X9 files received each morning for either re-presentment or chargeback delivery to their customers.

The OnSight software and included MICR IRD printer are tightly coupled so that the solution installs quickly and is easy to use and support. It provides exceptional security, visibility, and control over the X9 transformation and IRD print process.




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