Imaging in the Retail Channel: All Over But the Shouting

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18 November 2008


New York, NY, USA November 18, 2008

Imaging in the Retail Channel 2008: All Over But the Shouting

In the past year alone, one-third of US financial institutions adopted branch image capture.

The past year has seen remarkable branch image capture adoption among midsize banks, community banks, and credit unions. Over 6,100 new implementations occurring in the past year alone will result in an estimated 10,500 branch image capture financial institutions through 2008.

Fueled by accelerating image exchange adoption and the increasing cost of processing paper checks, branch capture solutions are now installed or being installed at 64% of US financial institutions. As traditional paper check processing infrastructures are dismantled, distributed capture models will become a practical necessity among the remaining third of institutions. Celent expects a 90% adoption rate of branch and/or teller capture solutions, across some or all branches, within the next three years. It’s all over but the shouting.

Image ATM adoption, however, will be far more measured. For most financial institutions, the ATM channel will be the last domino to fall in their image migration.

"Adoption of distributed capture is certain, but the manner and extent to which it will be adopted is not," says Bob Meara, author of the report Imaging in the Retail Channel 2008: All Over But the Shouting and senior analyst in the Banking group at Celent. "While back counter, capture-only models dominate today, enterprisewide teller capture approaches may be the end game for at least one-fourth of US financial institutions."

The 70-page report contains 29 figures and 18 tables. A table of contents is available online.

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