THRIFT WAY WILL OFFER FINGERPRINT PAYMENTS

SEATTLE -- A Thrift Way here will become one of the first supermarkets to experiment with biometric payments this spring by using fingerprints as an additional way to access electronic fund transfers, said Paul Kapioski, owner."This serves both security and convenience purposes from the consumer standpoint," he said. The system from Indivos, Oakland, Calif., should be fully deployed by mid-April.Kapioski

SEATTLE -- A Thrift Way here will become one of the first supermarkets to experiment with biometric payments this spring by using fingerprints as an additional way to access electronic fund transfers, said Paul Kapioski, owner.

"This serves both security and convenience purposes from the consumer standpoint," he said. The system from Indivos, Oakland, Calif., should be fully deployed by mid-April.

Kapioski declined to reveal the cost of the project. The software integrates dir

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