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Rosetta Technologies Releases New Version of IRD Printing Software.

IRDPrint[TM] 3 Offers Added Features and Conformity to All New
Industry Standards

TAMPA, Fla. — Rosetta Technologies, a leading provider of
MICR

 printers and check and Image Replacement Document (
IRD

IRD Inland Revenue Department
IRD Integrated Receiver Decoder
) software
solutions, has released a major upgrade to their IRDPrint software
platform. First unveiled in 2004, IRDPrint has been used to print well
over a billion IRDs by scores of financial institutions and item
processors.

IRDPrint 3 features full conformity with two new standards
implemented by the
ASC
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 X9AB Committee, in conjunction with industry
leaders and the Federal Reserve. By November 2010, anyone printing IRDs
must conform to these new standards.

The first, X9.100-187, affects anyone receiving files from the
Federal Reserve. Upon full compliance, users will be required to accept
X9.100-187 files. Rejections could result from the inability to process
this new file format. IRDPrint 3 still accepts the predecessor file
formats – X9.100-180 and X9.37 as well as X9.100-187. In addition,
IRDPrint 3 supports the new X9.100-140 standard, which defines the
format of the IRD itself. IRDs printed outside of this standard will be
non-compliant and could potentially be rejected by some item processors
and financial institutions.

IRDPrint 3 also features two new features. The Pre-Sort Module
provides the ability to restructure X9 ECL data files into new bundles
based on Routing Number (RTN) prior to being transformed into printable

PCL

 IRD files. The Pre-Sort Module can also separate these bundles into
individual X9 ECL data files for distribution to member institutions.
The second adds file selection functionality which provides the
capability to specify that the incoming files be selected based on six
possible sort criteria. This can improve throughput for large or high
dollar amount X9 ECL data files.

“Because of changes enacted by the ASC X9AB Committee, the
standards upgrades were essential in IRDPrint 3,” said Jim Maher,
vice president and CTO, Rosetta Technologies. “However, we also
focused on other value-add features that will provide a stronger impact
in our customers’
ROI

. For instance, pre-sorting files can greatly
decrease manual processes surrounding post-processing and simplify the
bundle distribution requirements. Additionally, the ability to sort
incoming files based on predefined criteria adds flexibility to any IRD
processing environment.”

About Rosetta Technologies

Founded in 1987, Rosetta Technologies is dedicated to developing
and marketing the world’s most technologically advanced printers,
consumables, and software for
Magnetic Ink Character Recognition

 (MICR)
applications. As Ricoh’s exclusive MICR engineering partner,
Rosetta offers the industry’s widest range of MICR printers and
consumables, from compact desktop printers to high-speed cut-sheet
production printers, plus post-processing equipment, supplies, and 24×7
support. The company also offers comprehensive software packages for IRD
and check printing. Rosetta is a standing member of the Accredited
Standards Committee (ASC) X9AB. For more information, visit
www.rosettatechnologies.com or follow us at www.twitter.com/rosettatech.