MODESTO, Calif. -- Save Mart Supermarkets here is continuing its journey toward an open platform, facilitating the chainwide rollout of an upgraded PC-based point-of-sale system. The open architecture will also allow the retailer to incorporate additional front-end applications, including electronic payment systems and in-store communications. Save Mart, which is currently running a Unix-based front-end system, expects to complete its upgrade to a Windows-NT POS system next month. "By ...

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