Standard Register Expands Payment Processing Offering
Press release from the issuing company
DAYTON, Ohio--Dec. 12, 2001--Standard Register's Document Systems Group announced today that it has expanded its payment processing offering with the addition of the DTS2100 remittance processing system. Ideal for businesses processing up to 65,000 customer payments per month, the DTS2100 facilitates the preparation of bank-ready deposits quickly and accurately, improving productivity and reducing costs.
This Windows-based system automatically captures all pertinent payment information during processing, creating a complete transaction record file to update the Accounts Receivable system. The optional imaging module captures digital images of each processed document, automatically creating a transaction archive, which eliminates costly microfilming and cumbersome record storage.
The company also offers the DTS2200 remittance processing system for customers who process up to 220,000 payments per month. Standard Register's other check processing solutions include encoders, endorsers, and software.
For more information about these solutions, visit the Products and Services section of the company's website at: www.standardregister.com.
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