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Bluepoint Panini team up on CU teller capture solution
VISTA, Calif. and DAYTON, Ohio (6/14/11)--Bluepoint Solutions and Panini have launched a joint initiative to provide credit unions with an all-inclusive teller capture solution, including software, hardware and support. Bluepoint, a provider of branch and remote-deposit capture technology solutions for credit unions, has integrated its ImagePoint Teller with the Panini Vision X check scanner. Panini is a manufacturer of global payments processing technology and a CUNA Strategic Services (CSS) provider. “Together, our teams have streamlined ordering, implementation, and support, enabling credit unions of any size to take advantage of the proven benefits of front-line teller capture,” said Andrew Tilbury, Bluepoint director of marketing and communications. Bluepoint’s teller capture solution is installed at more than 5000 teller stations. More than 500,000 Panini Vision X check scanners are deployed worldwide, with more than 100,000 deployed specifically for teller capture. The scanner is the only check scanner exclusively promoted by CUNA. “Bluepoint is a leading provider of Check 21 solutions to the credit union marketplace, and they’ve been a valued Panini partner for many years,” said Michael Pratt, Panini chief marketing officer.
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