Time has been one of the enemies of teller capture adoption, most notably the perception that lines at branches will get longer if tellers are responsible for scanning checks. But for Kade Pederson, teller capture is right on time.

"We believe it improves time in line," says the svp and banking support director of Spokane, Wash.-based Sterling Savings Bank, a $12 billion-asset bank with operations in several western states. "Tellers are scanning and not keying any information, so there's half the transaction work."

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