It wasn't until retail executives at Michigan National Bank were convinced that imaging technology would improve customers service that they decided to buy into the idea of image statements.

That's because the more frequently touted benefits of sending image statements -- namely reduced paper handling and lower postage bills -- were already facts of life for this $10.6 billion-asset bank. Some 80% of the bank's checking accounts customers receive truncated checks.

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