Archival vs. retrieval driven systems
It makes a
difference, in setting up the system, whether the focus is on
storing or on rapidly retrieving images.
- A RETRIEVAL driven system uses codes to screen
records in order to quickly and easily retrieve them. A retrieval
driven system typically involves groups of checks more than
individual check records, and is used to create daily reports
and batch summaries.
- An ARCHIVAL driven system stores large numbers
of images for occasional retrieval, as in doing research for
customer service or fraud purposes. The focus here is on identifying
and retrieving an individual check image rather than a group
The system administrator sets up ChekScan to
reflect its primary purpose to an individual client.
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