Mitek (MITK), the leading innovator of mobile imaging for financial transactions and identity, today announced that Victor Nichols, former Experian executive, has joined the company's advisory board.
Top Image Systems, Ltd. (NASDAQ:TISA), a leading ECM (Enterprise Content Management) and BPM (Business Process Management) solution and MIP (Mobile Imaging Platform) provider announces that all pending litigation between Mitek Systems, Inc. and Top Image Systems, Ltd. has been settled as of September 8, 2014.
Online army bank USAA and mobile cheque imaging outfit Mitek Systems have settled a lawsuit that has been running since 2012.
US Bank is testing a new app which lets fans of the Minnesota Twins baseball team apply for a payments card by snapping a photo of their driver's license.
Mitek (MITK), the leading innovator in mobile imaging for financial transactions, today announced that it has hit a new milestone with over 2,000 financial institutions signed for Mobile Deposit.
US Bank is rolling out a service that enables customers to use their phones to snap photos of credit card payment coupons and have the balance transferred to their account.
Mitek (MITK), the company that created the category of mobile imaging for financial transactions, announces the newest addition to its suite of mobile imaging solutions for financial institutions: Mobile Photo Account Opening(TM).
Mitek (MITK), a leading mobile imaging software solutions provider, today announced that Scott Carter has joined the company as Chief Marketing Officer.
Mitek (MITK), a leading mobile imaging software solutions provider, today announced that BBVA Compass, which ranks among the top 20 largest U.S. commercial banks based on deposit market share, has joined the growing list of financial institutions that have deployed Mobile Photo Bill Pay(R) which includes U.S. Bank, First Financial Bank and City Bank of Texas.
BBVA Compass today expanded its iPhone app with Picture Bill Pay, allowing customers to pay bills and add payees by taking pictures of their paper bills with their iPhones.
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