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Eight More User States for Triggering Custom Events fo a Batch (ICL)

We plan on using the two existing user states User State Field 1 and User State Field 2 for triggering our custom events for a batch (ICL) within FTM. Unfortunately, only two user states are not adequate in order to trigger all of our custom e...
almost 3 years ago in FTM for Check Services / Other 1 Delivered

TCR Create POD and Inclearings Transactional Balancing Rules

Please create POD and Inclearings transactional balancing rules in TCR, so when the POD transactional balancing rule is selected, TCR will recognize credits as new transactions as well as the batch item as new transactions.
almost 3 years ago in FTM for Check Services / Other 0 Delivered

Increase FTM.CUSTOMER_ADVICE_RECIPIENT Table ADDRESS2 and ADDRESS3 Column Size To 64 Bytes from 30 Bytes.

Please increase the FTM.CUSTOMER_ADVICE_RECIPIENT table ADDRESS2 (delivery address line) and ADDRESS3 (last line) column size to 64 bytes from 30 bytes. We understand 30 bytes is the minimum, and 64 bytes is the optimum recommendation by the P...
about 2 years ago in FTM for Check Services / Other 0 Delivered

Amount Keying - ability to configure additional debits to be made available in Out of Balance transactions during the second wave - with the "most likely" debits

We understand Amount Keying makes items available for PCC to select in three waves. First the credits in an OOB (Out of Balance) transaction are made available. Then the "most likely" debits are made available in an OOB transaction. And third, the...
almost 3 years ago in FTM for Check Services / Other 2 Delivered

Add CPCS Sequence Number column to Inbound Transmission hierarchy to allow for searching and filtering

Inbound Transmission Hierarchy should have a CPCS item sequence number column available to allow for searching and filtering.
almost 3 years ago in FTM for Check Services / Other 1 Delivered

Payment Repair to Allow the Operator to Fix the MICR Line on an Rejected IIA Item so We can Return the Item Properly

When the operator rejects an IIA item in Payment Repair, we would like the item to be treated as an exception but still need an opportunity to fix the MICR line.
almost 3 years ago in FTM for Check Services / Other 1 Delivered

Payment Repair Priority Control to Provide the Item within UOW Ordering

We would like to be able to configure PCC for Payment Repair to have our UOWs worked on in this order. 1. UOW Priority2. Batch / ICL Receipt TimeAnd then, once the UOW has been selected, we would like to work on the items within that UOW in this o...
almost 3 years ago in FTM for Check Services / Other 1 Delivered