BancTec is a global leader in providing financial transaction automation and document management services for organizations seeking to drive efficiency in their financial back-office processes.

Combined with Dataforce Group, BancTec is now one of the largest BPO businesses addressing the transaction processing, workflow and document management markets. The combined company serves a blue chip client base spanning over 50 countries, with a global team of more than 4,000 employees across 35 offices and operating centers. BancTec utilizes a common technology platform to deliver reliability, security and consistently high levels of performance.

BancTec’s business philosophy is based on building long-term, collaborative relationships – consistently providing business value to its clients, driving opportunity for its employees and creating significant return for its stockholders.

BancTec Global Headquarters

2701 E. Grauwyler Rd.
Irving, TX 75061
USA
Tel: (972) 821-4000 or 1-800-BANCTEC
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