MONTVALE, N.J. -- A&P here, which has two stores with stationary self-checkout systems, is evaluating self-checkout systems that use an open systems platform for possible use in additional locations. A number of U.S. retailers are testing both stationary and portable self-scanning systems, citing the devices' ability to improve customer service and reduce long checkout lines. A&P is considering employing Windows NT technology to help simplify the interface process between ...

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