The front end may be the most crucial interaction area between the supermarket and the shopper, so it's no wonder information systems executives are focusing much of their technological "wish lists" here. lenishment, and a host of other applications, all while maintaining rapid through-put rates and accepting an expanding variety of payment options. Technology executives credit the introduction of PC-based systems, along with the adoption of more open systems, with bringing the front end ...

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