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NCR inks deal with Mitek to sell mobile imaging tech

10 December 2014  |  3714 views  |  0 Source: Mitek

Mitek (MITK), the leading innovator of mobile imaging for financial transactions and identification, today announced it has expanded its relationship with NCR, the global leader in consumer transaction technologies, to include mobile imaging solutions for account opening that features funding and trailing document submission.

Under the terms of the new license agreement, NCR will sell Mitek's Mobile Photo Account Opening with Mobile Photo Funding and Mobile Photo Documents. The agreement also includes Mitek MiSnap, the company's revolutionary automatic image capture technology used today by millions of Mobile Deposit(R) users.

"Consumers connect, interact and transact with their financial institutions in a wide variety of channels. In order to deliver the highest quality of customer service, banks and credit unions need to be able to deliver a consistent experience throughout the branch, ATM, mobile and online," said Steve Nogalo, vice president and general manager, Payment Solutions, NCR. "Mobile account opening provides a convenient and reliable method for engaging customers and further enhancing the value of their mobile banking platforms."

"NCR has been a very successful Mobile Deposit partner and we are pleased to extend our partnership with them to include solutions for financial services sales," said James B. DeBello, president and CEO of Mitek. "Being first to offer a great mobile user experience for opening for bank accounts, credit cards, auto loans, and more will give NCR's customers a competitive advantage in their respective markets."

NCR will begin offering these solutions immediately.

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