Wednesday, July 28, 2004

Tristate summary

Marsh customers can use 5/3 cards

The Enquirer

The data-processing unit of Cincinnati-based Fifth Third Bank has signed a five-year deal with Marsh Supermarkets, the Indianapolis-based regional grocer.

The contract will allow customers of 110 Marsh stores to use Jeanie cards as debit transactions at the point of sale. The deal will add 800,000 transactions a year to Fifth Third Bank Processing Solutions.

TeliaSonera signs Convergys deal

Convergys Corp. Monday announced a contract with TeliaSonera, the leading telecommunications company in the Scandinavian and Baltic Sea regions. TeliaSonera, which has 21.5 million customers, will use Convergys' Infinys and Geneva software for billing. Terms were not disclosed.

WOXY will move to Longworth Hall

Popular Internet radio station 97X will end an era in September when it moves its headquarters from Oxford to the downtown riverfront.

The station and its small staff will move to Longworth Hall at 700 Pete Rose Way in September, general manager Brian Miller confirmed.

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