NEW YORK -- Reaction of industry representatives to two studies released earlier this month on the financial benefits of Auto-ID technology ranges from cautious to buoyant. One of the studies, which were released publicly on Sept. 4 by PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting here, said retailers who apply Massachusetts Institute of Technology-developed product-ID technology to reduce out-of-stocks on their shelves stand to reap $98,000 per store annually. In the two studies, PwC Consulting ...

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