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Panini Vision X: Check Scanning Reimagined

The Panini Vision X is a revolution built on over 60 years of experience. It’s designed to deliver quality scans with the reliability your business deserves. The technology behind the Vision X will lower the cost of operations and boost efficiency. It features a one-handed auto feeder that detects and processes documents automatically. Taking it further, the Vision X has the option to exceed the single document standard with the ability to accommodate batches of 50 and even batches of 100 checks. Without physically altering the device, it can offer elevated production in the form of increased track speed. The track can be upgraded with our firmware updates to handle up to 100 documents per minute.

The Vision X packages accuracy with its guarantee of efficiency. Financial institutions will benefit from the combination MICR and Optical Character Recognition that ensures information is captured quickly and correctly. It has double document detection through the use of infrared and ultrasonic technology. It notifies the operator, preventing any errors in the scanning process. This device was made to protect your investment and maximize your returns.

The Vision X is a powerful machine but remains easy to use. The Vision’s API, Application Program Interface, integrates to existing software and is already accommodated by major financial technologies. The hardware is as easy to manage as the software. It’s designed to house myriad sizes of documents without adjustment, and should a foreign object enter the device, the entire track is easily accessible to aid in repairing any jams.

Check scanning is time-consuming and it’s treated in a way that promotes waste. The Vision X has reimagined the process and brought an awakening to the modern workplace. Scanning shouldn’t be slow or wasteful, it’s a formidable line of defense that protects the company and its customers. With the Vision X and the backing of Panini Services, your business will be a stronghold.

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