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Bluepoint partner offers mobile deposit product
HENDERSON, Nev. (9/19/12)--Bluepoint Solutions, a provider of end-to-end payment processing and content management solutions, has partnered with mobile solutions provider Malauzai Software to offer community financial institutions--including credit unions--a mobile deposit product.

Malauzai is a provider of mobile banking SmartApps.

Through the partnership, Bluepoint's mobile deposit solution QwikDeposit ToGo will be bundled with Malauzai's SmartApps mobile banking application to provide institutions with an integrated, end-to-end mobile banking and mobile deposit product.  Like the SmartApp, the mobile capture channel will be branded to fit the institution.

"In the mobile market, rapid deployment is key," said Robb Gaynor, Malauzai co-founder  and chief product officer.

Malauzai offers a platform that is pre-wired for mobile check deposit, Gaynor said. A financial institution can turn on integrated check capture software and avoid the need to find another vendor with a separate installation and testing period.

"Bluepoint and Malauzai have made it possible to be up and running right away, which is vital as consumer demand for mobile capture surges," Gaynor said.


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