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RECOGNITION ANNOUNCES A MAJOR BREAKTHROUGH IN MRS/PET ENCODING SPEED NOW INCREASED UP TO 1000 DPM

 DALLAS, June 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Recognition International Inc.'s Systems (NYSE: REC) Division today announced another major enhancement to its Lundy(R) MRS/PET(TM) family of power encoding systems which further demonstrates its leadership in the power encoding marketplace. In a previous press release, Recognition announced that the processing speed of the MRS/PET System was increased to 1000 documents per minute (dpm) and the encoding capacity was increased from 450 dpm to 600 dpm, establishing the MRS/PET System as the world's fastest power encoder.
 The newest release of the MRS/PET System has dramatically increased its encoding capacity from 600 dpm to 1000 dpm while maintaining processing speeds up to 1000 documents per minute (dpm).
 The new MRS/PET product will be available to high-volume remittance users for matched pay power encoding applications and to high volume image processing environments for power encoding.
 "The 1000 dpm power encoding system provides the speed and durability needed for the high performance image processing environment. It also provides the capability to process exception item handling, remittance and image processing applications," said Fred Zucker, president of Recognition's Systems Division.
 The enhanced system retains all of the original system's quality control features, including single track paper path, dust-inhibiting vacuum transport, check thickness measurement, folded corner detection, simultaneous encoding of all characters without stopping the document, and re-read of MICR after encoding to virtually eliminate bank rejects.
 Recognition International Inc., headquartered in Dallas, is a leading international open systems supplier of high-performance document recognition systems, image and workflow software, and related customer services.
 NOTE: Recognition and Lundy are registered trademarks and MRS/PET is a trademark of Recognition International Inc. in the United States and other countries.
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 /CONTACT: Larry Lattig of Recognition International Inc., 214-579-6314/


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