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  1. Omaha Bank Reduces Costs And Generates New Revenue Streams With OPEX

    This OPEX case study takes a look at First National Bank of Omaha (FNBO), an organization that processes a high volume of transactions for its customers and made the decision to invest in technology that could help automate its operations and reduce manual labor costs.

  2. Solving The Challenge Of Connecting With Top-Tier Acquirers And Their Merchant Clients

    In the past, a VAR or ISV in the payments arena faced a multitude of challenges relating to connecting with top-tier acquirers, ISOs, and their merchant clients. A small, newly-formed VAR or ISV does not typically have the resources — time or financial — to search for clients who might be interested in or need their solutions. This has been a common dilemma for years.

  3. 5 Reasons You Need Mobile At The Point Of Origination

    Point of Origination™ information capture is a proven winner for businesses seeking to accelerate revenue, reduce costs, increase efficiency and better serve constituents. When information is captured as early as possible in the process, it initiates business processes faster and with greater accuracy, meaning fewer costly problems down the line.

  4. Pixels Per Dollar (Pp$): Rethinking The ROI Of Surveillance Cameras

    Megapixel cameras provide superior performance and imaging capabilities versus legacy analog technology and standard-definition IP cameras. Megapixel cameras are also field-proven to deliver the most cost-effective video surveillance solutions.

  5. Now You’re Speaking My Language: New Standards For Enterprise Thermal Printer Management

    Unlike most technology solutions, thermal printers have not used an open standard programming language for communication and print control. Printer manufacturers developed their own proprietary language because it was easy to develop, required a minimal investment to enter the market and there were no incentives to standardize a printer language in the thermal printing industry.

  6. Community Food Bank Opens Its Lines Of Communications With VoIP
    As a specialist in small to medium-sized business technology integration, David Moran of Oklahoma City, OK, based commercial IT provider Quo Vadimus LLC is well aware non-profit organizations usually have a similar set of needs as their for-profit counterparts – cost efficiency and operational simplicity are paramount, while functionality and the flexibility to grow are closely behind.
  7. Bay Cities Bank Saves Time, Money And Space With iSynergy
    At the corporate office of Bay Cities Bank in Tampa, Florida, storage space was becoming an issue.
  8. How Unified Communications Pays For Itself
    There are many factors that drive UC’s innovative product developments. One component is the underlying merging of voice, data, and video communications into consolidated architectures. By Don Van Doren, principal and co-founder, UniComm Consulting
  9. Speed Your Healthcare Revenue Cycle With A Check2Bank Solution
    Spectrum Health, a large not-for-profit health system in West Michigan, was averaging 35,000 patient and health insurance check payments per month. What was once a cumbersome manual process has now been automated using an integrated high-tech imaging, character recognition, and remote deposit solution.
  10. First Interstate Bank Optimizes Account Forms And Data Collection Process
    First Interstate Bank (FIB) is a multi-state, $4.6 billion banking organization, with a Trust Department that is responsible for processing a number of new accounts per month, in addition to keeping over 7,000 existing accounts current.