INTRIA and NCR Announce 10 Successful Implementations of Remote Deposit Capture (RDC) Solution

INTRIA and NCR leverage long-standing relationship to implement RDC solutions for ABM, Mobile, Branch, and Corporate Capture at five Canadian financial institutions


MISSISSAUGA, On. – 05 January, 2016 – INTRIA and NCR are pleased to announce they have successfully completed 10 Remote Deposit Capture (RDC) implementations in Canada. These implementations, which include Mobile, Corporate, Image-enabled ABMs and Branch Capture have been completed in various combinations at five financial institutions, including INTRIA’s parent company, CIBC. This announcement reinforces a successful partnership to provide clients with innovative solutions that make banking easier and more convenient.


RDC is the electronic capture of cheque images and data from various points of deposit, and the transmission of that information for processing and clearing. INTRIA and NCR’s solution encompasses all deposit channels including “Mobile Capture” from smartphones, “Corporate Capture” via desktop scanners, “Image-enabled ABMs” and “Branch Capture” for in-person deposits.


“Over the past year, the success of our RDC offering is evidence that the industry recognizes the value that INTRIA and NCR offer with this service,” said Michael Liberty, INTRIA Senior Director of Business Solutions and Product. “With NCR’s technology and INTRIA’s experience implementing new services we have been able to bring these proven solutions to market quickly and affordably, contributing to our shared success.”


“Remote deposit capture has exploded in Canada as consumers and financial institutions embrace its convenience and efficiency,” said Steve Nogalo, Vice President and General Manager of Payments Solutions, NCR Corporation. “NCR has perfected RDC technology and understands the business processes needed to create a great experience. In partnership with INTRIA, our organizations deliver best-in-class solutions in Canada – not just in ABM and mobile channels, but also in the bank branch and commercial enterprise, through a full omni-channel infrastructure.”


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