SMARTCHECK CAPTURE MIDDLEWARE
An integral part of the Check Scanning Platform for bank branches, SmartCheck Capture Middleware is the Software component designed to facilitate and speed up the integration of optical reading and check scanning peripherals, with particular focus on FrontOffice Banking Transactions.
SmartCheck Capture Middleware offers the following features:
- Scanner control,
As main benefits of SmartCheck Capture Middleware we highlight:
- WebServices-based architecture, facilitating the integration of Peripherals into an Ethernet network
- Allowing an increase in security through the implementation of the https protocol
- Supports multiple levels of Windows Operating Systems, including Windows 10
- Centralisation of the configuration and monitoring of the installed park of scanners
- Sharing of a scanner by several instances of the application, namely between two Service Stations
- High level of abstraction regarding the interface with the digitizer, simplifying and speeding up the development of client applications
- Allows the emulation of an OCR or MICR character reader
- Availability of distinctive applicational functionalities
- Image Quality Assurance - real time validation of the quality of the captured images, allowing to ensure that they comply with ANSI X.9-37 and ANSI X.100-180 standards, reducing the return of checks for technical reasons related to the usability of the image in the process of interbank clearing of checks in the image exchange model
- Electronic Endorsement
- Real-time recognition of Code Bars 1 D
In order to simplify its installation, the various features of SmartCheck Capture Middleware are incorporated into a single Windows service, developed in .NET technology.
- The Web functionalities are self-hosted, requiring no support platform, i.e. IIS.
- The communication between the different instances of the application is done over http or https protocol. Depending on the scanning model used, communications between this and SmartCheck Capture Middleware can also be carried out over other protocols, e.g. TCP