INDIANAPOLIS -- Marsh Supermarkets here has cut electronic payments processing time in half with a system that will serve as a launching pad for an array of new point-of-sale initiatives. Marsh's 87 stores are now transmitting credit and debit transactions directly to authorization networks, rather than through a third-party processor, said Don Friddle, manager of corporate cash resources. "It's now a little quicker," he said. "Before, we were running [authorizations] from seven to 15 ...
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