New system offers secure, automated check signing and printing

For businesses and financial institutions worried about check fraud, a new secure, automated check signing and printing solution has been introduced that helps reduce risk.

Wycom Enterprise, from Wycom Systems (www.wycomsystems.com), helps accounts payable departments streamline check processing, while also increasing security, and can handle high volume transaction environments.

The Enterprise hardware is pre-programmed and software independent, enabling organizations to get up and running fast without learning new applications. It combines the many features needed for automated check signing and printing, including the ability to print checks on any network printer, custom graphics for advanced security, secure signature backgrounds, automatic archival of non-negotiable PDF check images, and the flexibility to use pre-printed or blank secure check stock. A MICR laser printing option prints checks with a MICR line that meets ABA specifications.  

In addition to secure backgrounds and other graphics, Wycom Enterprise reduces fraud and risk in other ways.

Signatures, logos, check overlays and user accounts reside securely on the hardware to control access, and the browser-based administrator panel is password-protected. Enterprise also offers the flexibility to suppress signatures at pre-determined threshold amounts and the option to set up varying levels of access by role, such as administrator, supervisor or user.

Wycom Systems is a provider of solutions that improve check, receipt and document processing for credit unions and accounts payable departments in industries across the board, serving over 3,000 customers at over 8,500 sites.

Wycom products include WyChecks and Premier for secure check signing, printing and archiving, WyReceipts for receipt generation and archiving, and WyDocs for document generation and archiving. Wycom delivers its solutions through a direct sales force and through strategic alliances with system integrators in the U.S., Canada and South America

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