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Poll Central: RDC Growth Opportunities Abound

Wednesday, March 22, 2017 (RemoteDepositCapture.com / Patti Murphy)

There is plenty of optimism about the future of remote deposit capture. Latest poll results point to triple-digit market growth.
The market potential for remote deposit capture is strong and getting stronger. Responses to the latest Poll Central featured query suggests an overwhelming majority of the industry expects the RDC user base to at least double in size. Half of the 400+ votes received expect the end-user base can at least triple. One third expect the market to expand by 5- to 10-times the current user base.
 
“This continued optimism is clearly a sign of the continuing evolution of the underlying RDC technologies, making RDC more attractive, accessible and useful to a wider audience,” said John Leekley, Founder and CEO of RemoteDepositCapture.com. “We believe, for example, that financial institutions have only begun to scratch the surface of what mobile RDC has to offer in terms of risk management, improved customer service and revenue opportunities.”
 
Mobile RDC has been generating significant interest, both in terms of deployments and users. A new report from Celent reveals that 2,600 FIs have gone live with mRDC over the past 2 years, leading to an estimated 80 million retail users of mobile deposit.
 
Poll Central is a feature of RemoteDepositCapture.com that includes a dozen unique poll questions. Each month we feature a specific question and remind visitors who have not weighed in on that question within the past 12 months to vote. Throughout March the featured question has been: How “mature” is the Remote Deposit Capture industry?” with industry defined as total end users.
 
For April, the featured question is: Which RDC Hardware / Scanner Manufacturer do you or your clients use?
 
Click here now to vote.
 

 


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