BINGHAMTON, N.Y. — Binghamton Giant Market upgraded its customer bill payment services system in order to speed transactions late last month. The supermarket is the first partner of electronic payment services company IPP of America, Fairfield, N.J., to move from IPP's dial-up transaction terminal to a faster Internet-based system. “As a chain we average over 8,000 transactions per month,” said Frank Bucciarelli, director of management support services, Binghamton Giant Market. The ...

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