In Other News: FPC (FPC-BM); Q2 (CorePro); RKL (Sage/Concur); and RCI (award).
FPC – Fingerprint Cards (FPC) has introduced an embedded biometric module solution, FPC-BM, in a compact form factor. FPC-BM brings FPC’s world-leading capacitive fingerprint technology into a wide range of new applications, including access control, industry and healthcare, automotive, and Internet of Things (IoT). The FPC-BM module is a complete embedded biometric fingerprint solution, including a robust FPC ingerprint sensor together with a biometric processor and on-board template storage. It can be used standalone, ready to use out-of-the-box at delivery, or connected to a host as an easy-to-integrate embedded solution.
Q2 – Q2 Holdings, a provider of secure virtual banking solutions for regional and community financial institutions, announced the launch of CorePro, its cloud-based, open API platform for developers, financial services providers and emerging financial technology companies. CorePro has been a multiyear initiative and is the first offering of Q2 Labs, a newly formed product group focused on spearheading digital-first financial services strategies leveraging the CorePro platform.
RKL – RKL eSolutions, an ERP software provider and Sage Endorsed Development Partner, announced the release of their custom-developed Sage Connector for Concur, a cloud-based travel and expense management application. The new connector automates the process of transferring and matching travel expense data captured in Concur to the appropriate GL accounts in Sage 100, Sage 500, and Sage X3.
RCI – RCI Financial Services UK has become the success story and role model of the motor financing market which is still adhering to manual, paper-based customer acquisition and underwriting practices. At the award presentation titles “The Quickest ‘Yes’ in Britain”, AU10TIX and RCI have shared with the industry what will imminently become the model of dealership motor financing in coming years, as well as what next generation technology will look like. Various motor financing captives have expressed interest in the technology, which can be implemented in both dealerships, online and mobile channels.