WEST DES MOINES, Iowa — Hy-Vee here will deploy remote check deposit capture with back-office conversion (BOC) across its 224-store chain, using technology from NCR, Dayton, Ohio, NCR announced yesterday. Hy-Vee is taking advantage of a new BOC ruling by the National Automated Clearing House Association, effective March 2007, which allows businesses to collect a check written at the checkout counter and convert it to an ACH transaction in the back office and then deposit that transaction ...

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