Check 21 Pass Coverts Check Transactions

Aqubanc, LLC a provider of Advanced Automated Payment, Check and Form Processing Solutions announces Check 21 Pass™ for processing check transactions.

Every check transaction which can physically move through a check or page image scanner is imaged with the checks first and always before other documents within each transaction. Check 21 Pass documents do not need or require any OCR scan lines or barcodes. Eliminating OCR scan lines or barcodes means more “real estate” is available on each document for use by marketing, sales and business development in soliciting and to convey information.

In the Check 21 Pass, document recognition, data field capture and data excellence are performed on multiple fonts in multiple sizes on multiple documents within each batch. This makes it easier for operations to open/sort mail, post transactions and submit electronic deposits to meet ARC (Accounts Receivable Check) and Check 21 conversion needs.

Aqubanc, LLC is a reseller of Payment, Check and Form Processing Solutions.

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