A new set of guidelines has given bankers a better idea of how regulators will evaluate their use of remote check-image capture services, and it might prompt financial companies to accelerate their use of the technology, according to market watchers.

The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council's guidelines warn that banks should consider remote capture not just a service but a new delivery system requiring top-level oversight.

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