Check 21 Imaging

Modern Information Systems markets EZ-Scan™ which uses:

  • Low cost
  • High quality check image readers to capture images
  • The MICR line
  • Barcode information from checks
  • Remittance stubs
  • Deposit slips

This information is converted to electronic form allowing the client to then perform such operations as:

  • Electronically deposit checks
  • Upload payment information to their accounts receivable package
  • Balance retail cash drawers

Listed above are areas where the acceptance of this product is quickly growing.

Accounts Receivable Truncation
Accounts receivable truncation is for companies that receive periodic payments that will include a check and a stub with their customers account information such as:

  • Account number
  • Date
  • Name
  • Amount paid

Our system captures the image and information available on the check and stub.  Once we have this information digitally we can make electronic deposits, upload the payment data to the accounts receivable program, and retrieve images from the database for later research.  All of this and more saves the customer from 50% to 90% of their operational time and labor.

EZ-Scan™ Payments
EZ-Scan™ Payments is designed for desktop remittance processing. This system allows the merchant to scan checks up to 190 per minute and automatically read pertinent information such as amounts, routing numbers, and account numbers. This information can then be used to:

  • Send checks electronically to the bank
  • Eliminate reconciliation errors
  • Balance cash drawers
  • Eliminate calling the bank for check information when an issue arises
  • Collect State authorized NSF fee for bounced checks
  • Integrate with your current accounting system

EZ-Scan NP™
EZ-Scan NP™ is designed for the non-profit market. It will capture name, address, amount of the check, and retrieve details for that member from the database automatically. This will save time spent on data entry and make the data easy to retrieve from the EZ-Scan™ database when needed.