Retailers are shifting their shelf label and store sign production down to the local level to squeeze time and cost out of the process. Moving the production of signs and tags to the corporate office level, or to the individual store, can mean a substantial cost savings, reduced employee labor and a higher degree of response time and sign integrity, retailers interviewed by SN said. "Given the cost and time it takes to print signs and tags off-site, I don't see how, with the technology ...
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