Process of Outsourcing RDC with Teksetra
Remote deposit capture (RDC) allows people to deposit checks without having to visit the bank. You can digitally scan a paper check and upload an image for a quick, easy deposit. While there’s been an increased reliance on RDC due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this technology has been utilized for many years and is likely to continue rising in popularity in the future as more people seek remote financial solutions. However, if you’re a business owner looking to implement RDC tech, it can be difficult to know how and where to get started.
RDC outsourcing is beneficial for several reasons. A third-party outsourcing provider can help you assess your business needs and choose the hardware and software that’s right for your organization. You can also save money by heeding the advice of an experienced professional who can point you in the right direction. Rather than wasting money on products that are ill-suited to your particular needs, you can get it right the first time with an outsourcing partner by your side.
Teksetra’s outsourcing program offers user-friendly, flexible solutions for a variety of processes, including RDC implementation. Here’s what to expect when outsourcing your RDC needs with Teksetra.
Step One: Consulting
When getting started with Teksetra, you will first be working with our project services team to establish a list of needs and expectations. This will make the following steps much easier.
Step Two: Hardware
Choosing the right hardware is one of the most, if not the most, challenging parts of implementing RDC tech. Thankfully, Teksetra offers a wide range of check scanners and can help you identify the model that’s best for your business needs. Here’s a quick look at some of the scanners offered through Teksetra.
Speed: Up to 50 dpm
Epson CaptureOne TM-S1000
Price: Call for price
Speed: 30, 60, and 90 dpm
Digital CheXpress CX30
Speed: 30 dpm
Speed: 45 dpm
Panini Vision X
Speed: 50 dpm
Digital Check TellerScan TS240
Speed: 50-100 dpm
Single-feed scanners require that each check be hand-fed. As such, they are best for small businesses that handle a limited number of checks each day. Multi-feed scanners, on the other hand, are capable of scanning larger volumes of documents. If you’re unsure which type is right for your organization, Teksetra can help you weigh your options and pick the perfect scanner for your unique needs.
Step Three: Fulfillment
As a comprehensive fulfillment center, Teksetra will help you handle storage, packing, shipping, and installation once you’ve decided on a scanner. The following are some of the benefits you can enjoy with Teksetra’s 3PL + fulfillment services.
- Nationwide 3PL network that delivers support when and where you need it
- One-stop-shop for multi-OEM device fulfillment and more
- Access to a fulfillment center with more than 20,000 square feet of space
- Custom solutions that fit your business needs and goals
Teksetra’s fulfillment services are also scalable, meaning that the platform can grow and adapt alongside your business. Whether you’re just getting started using an RDC check scanner or are experienced with this technology, Teksetra can provide you with the appropriate support and services and offer additional flexibility over time as your needs evolve. One of the great things about outsourcing RDC is that your outsourcing partner will become familiar with your needs over time, and Teksetra is no exception. Our team of experts can manage your logistics needs throughout the process so that you’re never stuck without options.
Step Four: Repair and Maintenance
No one wants to deal with a broken scanner, especially right after purchase. Still, it’s possible you may run into trouble down the road, which is why Teksetra offers repair and maintenance solutions, including tech support and on-site repair. Prioritizing equipment uptime and flexible repair plans, Teksetra can help get your check scanner up and running again as soon as possible. Teksetra works directly with businesses to determine a customized repair and/or maintenance plan to minimize downtime and make sure that equipment is in proper shape before you start scanning again.
Ready to Get Started With RDC?
Remote deposit capture can save your business time and money, but choosing the right outsourcing partner can be difficult. With Teksetra, you gain access to a range of check scanner options. Our vendor-neutral approach to hardware and deep, long-standing relationships with multiple leading brands works to your benefit by simplifying your RDC program. We offer scanners by brands such as Panini, Digital Check, Epson, and RDM. Browse our collection of RDC equipment to determine which options are right for you, or contact us to see how we can help you decide!
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