ATLANTA -- Image technology, such as electronic check conversion, may be the key to easing supermarket customers from their deeply ingrained habit of using paper checks, said Rich Oliver, senior vice president, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. Oliver, who has national responsibility for the Fed's retail payments efforts, was the keynote speaker at the Retail Electronic Payment Systems Conference of the Food Marketing Institute, Washington, D.C., last month. With such systems, retailers ...

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