TOORONGA, Australia -- Coles Myer here will roll out electronic payments terminals to 600 Coles Supermarkets in 60 days, with each terminal featuring capability designed to speed productivity. Greg Every, general manager of retail services at Coles Myer, said a distinguishing feature of the new devices is their ability to process electronic transactions while a customer order is being scanned -- rather than after the order is totaled, which is more often the case. The devices are currently ...

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