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Mark Peters : January 10th 2009 - 18:49 CET

Source Technologies ST9620 MICR printer


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NewsSource Technologies MICR printer : Source Technologies, a provider of MICR printing solutions, announced the introduction of its new ST9620 MICR and secure document printer. The ST9620 is a robust printer for organizations requiring sophisticated security and functionality in a lower volume, budget-friendly printer. This segment of the market has been underserved in the past, with previous printer offerings limited to low volume and low-security, or high volume and high-security. The new MICR printer boasts print speeds up to 40 pages per minute, an instant on fuser that allows for a rapid time to first page print of approximately 6.5 seconds and its small form-factor ensures it can fit into just about any office environment.
Source Technologies MICR printer
“The new Source Technologies ST9620 MICR printer addresses a segment of the check-printing market that has been notoriously underserved,” advised Sarah Burkhart, Director of Product Marketing, Source Technologies. “The dynamic security features of this printer have been out of reach for most organizations that print checks or other secure documents. We are excited to begin serving this market with a truly robust offering at an attractive price point, and are confident that users will see the value of the ST9620 as an important element in their data security and productivity arsenal.”

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Source Technologies ST9620
With remote management tools, a 10-digit keypad for security features, and the powerful Source Technologies security functionality, the ST9620 provides users with a powerful tool to combat fraud and ensure the protection of their data. The Source Technologies ST9620 combines impressive security features with a cost conscious printing solution ideal for branch offices, staffing agencies, insurance agencies, pharmacies, or any organization that prints volumes of 1,500 to 10,000 pages per month. The ST9620 MICR printer offers users an environmentally friendly solution for their secure MICR printing needs with standard duplex and eco-friendly operating modes.




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