Top Image Systems Named as a Vendor in Gartner’s IT Market Clock for Mobile Imaging for Banks, 2016

Ramat Gan, ISRAEL

TEL AVIV, Israel and PLANO, Texas., Sept. 19, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Top Image Systems Ltd. (NASDAQ:TISA) a global innovator of intelligent content processing solutions, announced that the Company was listed as a vendor in numerous asset classes in Gartner’s “IT Market Clock for Mobile Imaging for Banks, 2016” published on 9 September by Stessa B. Cohen.1

The mobiFLOW mobile image processing platform and SDK developed by Top Image Systems enables banks to support many workflows and business processes focusing on customer experience, facilitating digital transformation of existing processes and transactions.  Enabling mobile capture, recognition and processing of structured and unstructured data in files of virtually any size and format, the mobiFLOW platform is used by leading banks and financial services providers for a variety of digital banking use cases including mobile remote deposit capture, bill capture and payment via mobile devices and mobile account opening and loan initiation.  

Gartner’s “IT Market Clock for Mobile Imaging for Banks, 2016” finds that “mobile device imaging for banking uses the camera on a smartphone or tablet to offer an opportunity to improve operational efficiencies by bringing paper-based data into an electronic transactional workflow earlier.” The research recommends that bank CIOs and senior IT staff “evaluate vendor providers that support workflows and a variety of customer use cases across the bank that can bring these documents, images, photos and transactions into the bank's existing processes and workflows.”

The Market Clock names Top Image Systems as a supplier of mobile capture technology and as a vendor in numerous asset classes including New Account Opening, Add New Payee from Paper Bill and Document Capture for Loan Applications.

“Top Image Systems is encouraged by the findings of Gartner’s IT Market Clock for Mobile Imaging for Banks that as mobile banking adoption continues to grow worldwide and mobile-based capture solutions are maturing, banks can replace consumer actions that started from paper-based transactions with digital mobile-based transactions,” comments Carsten Nelk, Top Image Systems’ CTO. “We believe that mobile-based transactions are critical to the transformation of banking business processes and workflows and we continue to invest in our mobile imaging capture platform mobiFLOW to optimize mobile-based transaction speed and quality for superior customer experience."

(1) Gartner, Inc. “IT Market Clock for Mobile Imaging for Banks, 2016” by Stessa B. Cohen, September 9, 2016.

About the Gartner IT Market Clock

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About Top Image Systems

Top Image Systems™ (TIS™) Ltd. is a leading innovator of enterprise solutions for capturing and validating structured and unstructured content entering organizations from various sources and managing content-driven business processes. Whether originating from mobile, electronic, paper or other sources, TIS solutions automatically capture, process and deliver content across enterprise applications. TIS’ flagship eFLOW platform and diverse business process and mobile image processing solutions are marketed in more than 40 countries through a multi-tier network of distributors, system integrators, value-added resellers and strategic partners. Visit the company's website at for more information.

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