Rosetta Technologies, a leading provider of MICR printers and IRD and check printing software solutions, will host a free informational webinar on February 4, 2010 that examines how accelerating changes in the way paper returns are processed and cleared are dramatically changing the landscape of the post-Check 21 world.
“The Last Mile: Emerging Best Practices in Returns Processing” will focus on efforts by financial institutions, 3rd party processors, and software vendors to eliminate remaining barriers to in-clearing return items electronically. It will also discuss how the continued restructuring of check services by the Federal Reserve is leading many banks and credit unions to reexamine their returns processing and IRD print strategy. During Rosetta Technologies’ free online event, participants will discover:
• The current state of Check 21 adoption and market changes that are forcing institutions and item processors to rework their returns processing strategy.
• Understanding the new risks to which institutions are now vulnerable.
• The advantages and disadvantages of different decisioning/resubmission/IRD delivery models - including both distributed and remote - that institutions should consider.
• Best-of-breed features that should be considered for any IRD delivery solution.
About Rosetta Technologies
Founded in 1987, Rosetta Technologies (rosettatechnologies.com) is dedicated to developing and marketing the world's most technically advanced printers, consumables, and software for magnetic ink character recognition (MICR) applications. As Ricoh's exclusive MICR engineering partner, Rosetta offers the industry's widest range of MICR printers and consumables, from compact desktop to high-speed cut-sheet production printers, plus post-processing equipment, supplies, and 24x7 support. The company also offers comprehensive software packages for IRD and check printing. Located in Tampa FL, Rosetta is a standing member of the American National Standards X9 committee.