CHANDLER, Ariz. -- Bashas' Markets here expects to have all its stores on-line with credit and debit cards by November. In the roughly 34 stores where the system has been rolled out thus far, debit and credit is commanding substantial usage. Electronic transactions already make up about 10.5% of an average store's volume, said Tony Rinella, management information systems director for the chain. Bashas' is determining the order of future rollouts by giving priority to stores where customers ...

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