MILWAUKEE -- Roundy's division here is rolling out satellite communications technology to augment electronic marketing efforts and support other new initiatives. The satellite network, to be rolled out to 26 stores next week, will provide systemwide access to customer transaction histories collected via a new kiosk-based targeted marketing program. A total of 65 units, primarily Pick 'N Save stores in the Milwaukee market, are to be hooked up by July, according to Tom Wiesner, director of ...

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