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    Brookshire’s New Check Conversion System to Boost Store Efficiency

    The Solutran SPIN system brings check conversion to the POS

    Brookshire Grocery Co. has completed the deployment of a check conversion solution that enables retailers to accept checks at the point of sale and convert them to electronic settlement based on cost-effective routing technology.

    The grocer installed Minneapolis-based Solutran’s SPIN POS and Imaging Network as an alternative to conventional back office conversion (BOC).

    “Solutran’s SPIN solution offered BGC a cost-effective way to process and deposit checks with minimal impact to our customers and partners,” said Michelle Clark, financial services manager for Brookshire’s. “The SPIN implementation required minimal training for our partners. The training that was done was very straightforward and easy for partners to understand and implement.”

    SPIN offers check imaging, archiving, and destruction services that are outsourced to Solutran, to save on training and personnel expenses. Implementation also works with the systems and processes retailers already have in place.

    Tyler, Texas-based Brookshire Grocery Co. operates more than 150 stores under the banners of Brookshire’s Food Stores, Super 1 Food Stores, Ole’, Fresh by Brookshire’s, and ALPS (Always Low Price Stores.)

     

     

     

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