The ongoing challenge of making acceptance of electronic payments cost-effective has retailers and wholesalers seeking a variety of solutions, such as in-house financial switches, to process these transactions. Others are seeking ways to get consumers to use less expensive payment methods, such as debit cards and electronic checks rather than credit cards. "The supermarket industry needs to find a way to make this service more affordable," said Tom Howell, director of operations and store ...

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