First Nebraska Educators & Employee Groups Credit Union is now using electronic document technology to save paper, money, time and the environment.
The capture and archiving solutions from Millennial Vision Inc. convert receipts and other documents to electronic versions and also scan a member's driver's license at the teller window for faster ID checks, the company and credit union said.
The new tools are being highlighted by the $81 million, 13,000-member Omaha credit union's "We Love Trees ... Paperless Transactions" marketing campaign.
"Not only will we save a lot of paper, life will be much easier for us and our members with these document management solutions in full gear. They will allow us to save costs in this area and invest those saved funds in other areas, which will make us more competitive in the long run," said the credit union's chief financial officer, Michael Morgan.
MVi is a Salt Lake City-based reseller of Laserfiche technologies with a client list of about 185 customers, the company said.