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Signature Verification System (SVS) provides an organisation with the ability to deliver a signature or customer image to an operator, enabling identification of the customer.
SVS from Redwither Software helps to reduce costs involved in identifying fraud in Banks, Building Societies and Financial Organisations and improves customer service and security.
SVS is an easy to use, proven system that can be integrated with existing customer information systems so as to utilise existing customer records.
The SVS applications are available on the platforms most commonly used in Banks and Building Societies - e.g. Windows 95/98 tm, Windows NT tm, OS/2 tm and UNIX. Two SVS implementations are available, Dual Server and Single Server:
The next stage of the dual server approach is to acquire all the customer, account, rule and signature information from the documents stored on the image server and highly index them on the SVS Server. Once the information is indexed on SVS, the operator has access to more concise information e.g. clipped signatures, rules relating to specific values, customer information etc. SVS also allows more complex activities to be performed on the data such as clearing, faxing, account enquiries and signature maintenance. The dual server approach is ideal for a "phased" implementation so that the highly indexed server can be built up over a period of time.
The main processes of SVS are as follows:
Were archived mandate information already exists on media such as Film and Fiche, then this can be used as the source of acquisition in SVS (after conversion to electronic format).
Signing rules for both personal and business accounts can also be captured at the same time as the signature.
Click one of the icons below to view an example of an SVS acquisition screen.
Clearing File Verification by Redwither Software, allows the verification of signatures for a batch of cheques against a Signature Database, thus removing the need to return cheques to the branch.
A number of implementation options are available for clearing verification, depending on the size, scale and complexity of the clearing operation e.g. Workfile Clearing Verification, Image Enabled Clearing Verification and Automatic Clearing Verification (incorporating biometric matching). Click on one of the icons below, to view an example of an SVS clearing verification screen.
Where branches are linked to a the central database, branch software can be integrated into existing branch application software.
Where connectivity between Branch and Central Server is not possible, fax transmission of a signature to the branch can take place from the Central Server - when requested by an applicable branch. This can be further automated by using a Voice Response system (DTMF).
For further details about SVS contact the sales department firstname.lastname@example.org
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