Bluepoint Solutions today announced the availability of its next-generation ImagePoint Teller, the company's widely adopted Check 21 teller capture application.
The latest version includes several new features and benefits, including improved core processor integration and risk mitigation.
Legacy teller capture platforms traditionally operate independently of the institution's core processing application and capture the check after the transaction enters the core system, requiring tellers to enter data multiple times. This manual process increases the chance for errors and the amount of time spent on each transaction. Bluepoint's ImagePoint Teller now has the ability to work directly with credit unions' core-processing platform, simplifying the check deposit process at the teller line.
When a check is scanned, ImagePoint Teller automatically populates the teller platform with transaction data including the account-holder and check information. Image quality checks, including MICR verification and CAR/LAR validation, are performed immediately with any errors being corrected before the deposit is posted to the core. The credit union also has the ability to perform real-time tests for return deposit items and counterfeit checks against 3rd-party services, giving the teller the ability to place more accurate holds on flagged deposits.
"ImagePoint Teller amplifies the benefits of capturing checks at the teller line," said Andrew Tilbury, chief marketing officer for Bluepoint Solutions. "The superior integration with multiple core systems and the addition of real-time risk mitigation tools simplifies the workflow for tellers and lowers the costs for financial institutions. The value of moving from a centralized capture process to front-line teller capture has never been greater."