One line print validation which includes time, date, teller number, transaction number, transaction type, bank initials, and amount. This validation is printed on each document passed through the printer. You will know what operator performed each specific transaction, and whether or not the transaction was done correctly. Should an operator be out of balance you will be able to determine which transaction was done incorrectly.
With the time on each validation, the audit trail can assist with stop payments and any time sensitive documents like loan payments. This can be quite helpful if there is any question about when a transaction was performed.
Account Number Holdover
Account number holdover allows tellers to index the account number only once and by a simple key depression have the account number validate on demand. This keeps the teller from having to reindex the account number should the client require it to be printed on his receipt. This increases efficiency while reducing the risk of error.
All Cash Checks are stored in a separate item buffer. This listing is printed in the order of occurrence and can speed the balancing process if there is a problem.
Allows tellers to prove transactions at the window while they are doing them. For example, a customer brings you $1000.00 in cash and checks and wants to make multiple deposits and a loan payment. With this feature you can make the deposits and as you proceed you can take a subtotal of the amount remaining. This allows the customer and teller to be aware of the available money and adjust deposits or payments as they continue. This feature will balance the transaction.
Cash In Drawer
Tellers will have access to their current cash in drawer with the touch of a button. In addition a preset warning can be set, if exceeded the unit will display a warning indicator. This feature will not prevent continued operation, but will make the teller aware that they have exceeded their cash in drawer limit.
Eight department totals will allow tracking of virtually all transactions. For example, you may want to track Checking Deposits, Savings Deposits, Cash Ins, Cash Outs, Cash Checks, Payments, Miscellaneous items, and your beginning cash. The Grand Totals report will then provide you with the total number of transaction done on each validation key and give you the total dollar amount for each transaction key.
Total up multiple cash checks for a single customer as you validate. Upon depression of the balance key the total of all checks will be displayed.