USAA and Truist Bank have entered into a settlement and patent license agreement that resolves the remote deposit capture (RDC) litigation between them.
SAN ANTONIO – USAA and Truist Bank have entered into a settlement and patent license agreement that resolves the remote deposit capture (RDC) litigation between them.
“USAA remains willing to enter into mutually beneficial licensing arrangements with all banks and credit unions, regardless of their situations,” said Nathan McKinley, USAA vice president and head of Corporate Development. “USAA is proud of our record of innovation, including remote deposit capture technology that has made banking easier for our members.”
Terms of the agreement are not public.
Banks and credit unions are taking RDC licensing agreements and acknowledging USAA’s patent rights. “We continue to work with even more banks to create reasonable licensing agreements that benefit their customers,” McKinley added.
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