Michigan National Corp. said it has saved $3.2 million since 1992 using home-grown software that reduces tellers' handling of paper.

The software lets a teller pass a check being cashed or deposited through a device that reads the check's magnetic ink character line. This line contains account information, which lets the teller know where the money should be deposited or drawn from.

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