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Pulse on the Market: RDC in 2019

Monday, December 30, 2019 (RemoteDepositCapture / Patti Murphy)

Is your financial institution keeping pace with changes in RDC? New webinar offers insights to help benchmark RDC successes and future directions.
While financial institutions have made significant gains in driving remote deposit capture adoption, there remain many opportunities to promote greater adoption, particularly among small and mid-sized businesses.

Despite advances in electronic payments, FIs are still accepting over 10 billion paper check deposits each year. Moving those transactions to RDC promises significant cost savings for FIs. Is your financial institution strategically positioning and prioritizing RDC for success?

John Leekley, Founder and CEO of RemoteDepositCapture.com, provides data and insights that can help benchmark your FI’s RDC strategies, practices and experiences in a new webinar, RDC – Pulse on the Market.

Access the webinar today to learn about:
  • The evolution of RDC risk and compliance management;
  • Growing end-user appreciation for the value proposition delivered by mobile RDC;
  • Trends in mRDC deposit limits;
  • Assessing the risks of duplicate deposits;
  • Industry losses related to mRDC, including the looming threat of account takeover fraud;
  • Challenges and opportunities presented by restrictive endorsement policies;
  • Auto-capture as a product differentiator;
  • Competition in the SMB market for RDC products and services;
  • The rising bar of customer expectations;
  • Protecting against RDC patent-infringement lawsuits
  • Top FI priorities for RDC; and
  • What FIs are doing to support integrated receivables.

RDC – Pulse on the Market, is available for viewing now in the On-Demand Archive at RemoteDepositCapture.com. The cost of this webinar is $77 for paid members of RemoteDepositCapture.com; $277 for non-members. Click here now to view the webinar, and for insights to help evaluate how your FI’s RDC strategies, practices and experiences stack up.
 
 


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