ABA Banking Journal - April 2008 - (Page 42)
REMOTE DEPOSIT CAPTURE FOR COMMUNITY BANKS: What they said in ‘07 BANKERS LISTENING TO THE 2007 REMOTE CAPTURE SURVEY BRIEFING SAID IN THEIR EVALUATIONS: ✔ “It was wonderful to hear from banks that have ‘hands-on’ experience with remote deposit capture.” ✔ “Concise and informative information! Confirmed we as a bank are ‘on track’.” ✔ “All of the speakers were very informative and easy to listen to. I learned a great deal from their experiences.” ✔ “Well worth the time and cost.” TURNING POTENTIAL INTO REALITY A joint ABA America’s Community Bankers Council/ABA Banking Journal Audio CD Presentation 90-minute briefing available NOW on CD! Whether your bank has joined the remote capture set, or continues to weigh its options, you and your staff can’t afford to miss this 90-minute audio presentation, broadcast March 19 and now available on CD for only $255 for ABA members—plus a stuffed resource guide that accompanies the presentation. You’ll receive: • In-depth findings about Remote Capture service, drawn from the latest Community Bank Competitiveness Survey of more than 650 banks, brought to you by America’s Community Bankers Council and ABA Banking Journal. • Case studies in which community bank experts on remote capture tell how they’ve succeeded, and what they learned on the way. • Findings from a previously unpublished special survey among banks offering Remote Capture, drawn from the Competitiveness Survey for in-depth scrutiny. • Sample marketing materials from case study banks. • Remote Capture resources from ABA Banking Journal, gathered for your convenience. • Heads-up commentary from American Bankers Association experts regarding risk, anti-fraud, and regulatory issues concerning Remote Capture. Solid content in a concise 90-minute format at an affordable price and on your schedule. Originally presented as a national telephone briefing on March 19, now available on CD for staff use at any time Remote Capture is being considered. What you’ll hear Why sooner will be better than later for remote capture adoption. ▲ Why your pricing assumptions may no longer meet the market. ▲ What results bankers around the country are seeing— including trends and figures! ▲ How profitable—or not—you can expect Remote Capture to be. ▲ Why Remote Capture belongs on your menu, even if growth isn’t a goal. ▲ How realistic concerns about fraud have been thus far. ▲ Where in the org chart your bank should put Remote Capture ▲ TO ORDER Call 1-800-775-7654, and ask for Event 13534, or go to www.ababj.com. Only $255 per site for ABA members and service members and $385 for nonmembers. Who should hear this ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Speakers 2008 REMOTE DEPOSIT CAPTURE PANEL Community bank CEOs Small business bankers Treasury services officers Deposit services officers Cash management staff Internet banking & IT staff Shelly Eilers, AAP, senior deposits officer, First Dakota National Bank of Yankton, S.D. Scott Gupton, executive vice-president, Sumner Bank & Trust Co., Gallatin, Tenn. Sheila Stratton, AAP, VP, E-Business Solutions, Bank of Blue Valley, Overland Park, Kan. Doug Johnson, VP and senior advisor, risk management policy, American Bankers Association Steve Cocheo, executive editor and survey director, ABA Banking Journal Telephone Briefing Presented By: ORDER NOW through www.ababj.com Survey Sponsors: Telephone Briefing Sponsored By Community Bank Competitiveness Survey Sponsors: America’s Community Bankers Council
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