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Aperta Ltd Head Office

12 Mollins Court Westfield Park
Cumbernauld
North Lanarkshire
GB

Telephone

01236 733300

Contact

Martin Wylupek
[email protected]

Active Image Signature Verification (AISig)

AISig provides a visual signature and technical validation facility by providing the operators the ability to view the item images in conjunction with their associated image and mandate details and to indicate whether or not the item should be accepted or rejected.
For visual verification, the applications can be customised to select which items are to be sent for verification: for example, items drawn on specific accounts or items over a particular value.
Automatic signature verification can be provided; it validates the signatures on against a database of previously captured, sample signatures.

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Active Image Payment System (AIPS)

Aperta provides a range of payment processing solutions. These include Image-based payment solutions, Check-21, Truncation, Electronic Funds Transfer, Automated Clearinghouse, Image Archive and Research, and Fraud Prevention and Detection solutions. Check 21 solutions are widely installed in the USA. Truncation solutions are installed internationally; this includes in the United Arab Emirates where Aperta also provides …

Active Image ScanExtra (AISE)

Payments can be presented in many forms, not just one stub and one check. For example: A single check; more than one check; a check with no supporting documentation; several bills paid with one check;. This last example can present problems when large accounts are being settled. Payments that cover a large number of deliveries, …

Active Image Fraud Detection (AIFD)

The AIPS application suite can be integrated with specialised detection components to identify documents that have been modified or tampered with. Detection of delinquent documents uses specific item characteristics and / or embellishments to facilitate fraud detection – details can be provided if automated fraud detection is required.