NEW YORK -- Fairway Market, an upscale two-store chain here, expects to install a new payment-processing system early next year to eliminate the paper reconciliation of credit and debit transactions as well as improve speed and uptime. In the future, the system could provide an opportunity to transmit promotional messages to customers as they wait for their transaction to be processed, as well as the potential to add loyalty- and gift-card programs. Since Fairway handles 840,000 ...
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