Check Scanners: The Total Cost of Ownership

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June 30, 2010

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Frequently, companies make the decision about what check scanner to buy based only on the purchase price. But there are hidden expenses that can significantly impact a company's investment. Spending more on a high-quality scanner initially can ultimately save a company money. When determining the total cost of ownership of a check scanner, considerations include:

  • Maintenance
  • Power consumption
  • Lifespan and workload 
  • Ease of use

Topics: Bank Automation , Bank / Credit Union , Check Cashing , Components , Scanners

Companies: REINER

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