Today, Panini, a global payments technology leader, announced the commercial release of Panini EverneXt™, the latest solution from their continuous innovation program.
The EverneXt delivers an unprecedented architecture that is API free, uses HTTPS protocol, and thus becomes independent from the end-user's Operating System. This is the next decisive step in the evolution of Panini platforms designed to support branch transformation.
"We are excited to introduce EverneXt to the world," said Michael Pratt, Chief Executive Officer at Panini. "This new intelligent scanner is a direct testament to our ongoing effort to deliver breakthrough solutions that exceed our customer and partner expectations of trust, value and innovation."
The Panini EverneXt builds on decades of Panini experience as a global leader in payments capture and leverages the proven performance and ergonomics of Panini's highly successful teller capture platform, the Vision neXt, which was specifically designed to address the most common barriers in check capture -- environment, operator, and document issues -- resulting in unparalleled levels of usability and productivity.
EverneXt features innovative and versatile capabilities such as:
- API free, Operating System agnostic integration -- providing true check capture & truncation capability with a variety of host devices and applications
- Enables the use of professional capture technology both in wired and wireless environments
- Enables Branch of the Future use with roaming tellers sharing scanners in an open lobby setting
With throughput speed up to 160 documents per minute (DPM), the EverneXt is designed for the most demanding and time sensitive check capture environments, and to become a cornerstone for transformed bank branches. The EverneXt can digitize a wide range of deposit and payment related documents including checks, stubs, and ID cards, maximizing investment ROI while increasing utilization. The ergonomic design with swing-open covers provides complete access to the document track for cleaning, jam removal, and ink-cartridge replacement; maximizing system availability and performance, while the LCD on the top cover is a useful aid to display connectivity status, historical data, error and user messages, and ink jet cartridge monitoring.