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Compuflex’s Screen Management Engine acts as the liaison between a teller application and cash device, giving the feel of a direct integration, but without any development work needed. When a user initiates a transaction, regardless if it is a withdrawal or deposit, the Screen Management Engine extracts or inserts the corresponding data from and to the teller application without the need for manually entering any cash values. Compuflex’s Screen Management Engine has helped thousands of financial institutions connect their core teller software to various cash devices. It is the ideal solution in cases where
HOW DOES THE SCREEN MANAGEMENT ENGINE COMPARE TO OLDER SCREEN SCRAPING TECHNOLOGIES?
Screen scraping is an antiquated technology that relies on optical character recognition (OCR) to capture pixels, fonts, colors, and screen resolutions. If any changes are made to the application or display—modifying the display properties for example—your old screen scraper will stop working and needs to be remapped.
Modern mapping tools, such as those found in Compuflex’s Screen Management Engine, operate differently. They rely on UI controls, labels, coordinates, and other UI elements. As a result, the current technology is far more reliable than older screen scraping technology and seldom requires remapping or adjusting once configured.
For large deployments, the benefits are magnified. Once one station has been configured, those settings can be distributed to other stations even if the display properties do not match. That is not the case with older screen scraping technologies, where each station often has to be configured separately.
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