Working for a company who deals with means of payments, you continually ask yourself how habits in payments are changing, and how fast. And more specifically, how much longer the paper check will survive in this landscape (probably longer than anyone would have guessed 10 or 15 years ago).
Panini Notes Blog
As CEO of Panini, you might expect me to blog about strategic planning, operational excellence, innovation, change management, or a variety of other business topics. However, I’d like to focus instead on a more fundamental and essential game changer that can dramatically impact everyone on each and every day.
My first time in China was more than 12 years ago (I had not yet joined Panini). At that time, their labor cost was almost negligible - compared to the western world. They also had a lower cost for energy and the raw materials were cheaper compared to western standards. Nobody doubts China production was a good business opportunity despite requiring many efforts to find the right partner and manage complicated logistics - unusual for our Panini team - to achieve good quality products and stable production.
Throughout the product development process, we have been very focused on a concept called “practical innovation.” With product innovation, value must be created for the intended buyers and users of the technology to substantiate relevance and foster adoption. In other words, innovation must be practical.
Shawn Hilliard shares his thoughts about his first days at Panini.
A variation on the immortal Shakespearean doubt can summarize the sentiment of a recent round table in Milan, sponsored by Panini and organized by AziendaBanca magazine, whose title was “The check’s journey from dematerialization to remote deposit capture”.
Cheque truncation is taking shape all over the world. Our customer in Paraguay, Bancard, is reaping many benefits from the implementation of cheque scanning technology for deposits.
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