Retailers are arming themselves with operationally minded tools to trim the costs from each transaction. Here are a few: d or use a keypad, thus saving cashier labor. Terminals that accept a combination of payment methods on a single piece of hardware are also being employed. These systems remain ready, always on-line. Speedy lines: Merchants are scrapping slow dial-up network systems and shifting to faster telecommunication and network lines. The larger percentage of transactions using ...

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