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Janet Bridges, director of treasury at Atlanta-based restaurant chain Chick-fil-A, is about to become a pioneer in one of the last frontiers in cash management automation–the mundane world of coins and bills. Sitting in back offices at two of her company’s restaurants are two small, innocuously plain safes, except for the currency-counting equipment on top. While today they may in fact be ordinary safes, within weeks they will become official bank vaults provided by Bank of America. Called BofA recyclers, money being deposited into the vaults goes automatically and immediately into Chick-fil-A’s account at the bank, credited as a deposit–just as if someone had counted, strapped, rolled and bagged it all and hauled it to a bank branch for deposit.

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