DALLAS -- Retailers may be divided on the promise of smart card technology, but they are beginning to come together in hopes of shaping the direction of future pilot programs. The Smart Card Forum's new Retail Work Group, which meets here tomorrow, may include only two food retailer representatives, but those members -- and others -- told SN that now is the time for the industry to get involved. A handful of other food retailers are attending the meeting as guests. The core membership of ...
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