UNION CITY, Tenn. -- A point-of-sale upgrade employing PC technology at E.W. James & Sons here will enable the retailer to more easily link its front end to systems controlling store planograms, direct-store-delivery and electronic shelf labels. In addition, the new POS units will give the retailer "all the information we need," to run frequent-shopper programs in the future, according to Randy Thetford, chief financial officer at E.W. James. The retailer has no specific time frame for ...

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