SCARBOROUGH, Maine -- Hannaford Bros. has deployed a centralized digital phone system based on Internet technology that so far is serving one store and two distribution centers and will become a template for new stores. Based on technology from Cisco Systems, San Jose, Calif., Hannaford's phone system is one of only a handful used by retail operations in the U.S., including supermarkets, said a Cisco spokesman. According to William L. Homa, Hannaford's chief information officer, the system ...

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