NEW YORK -- To PC or not to PC -- that is the question among retailers looking to replace their front-end point-of-sale systems. Many retailers are sold on the flexibility of open-architecture PC-based registers, and are enthusiastically trading in their traditional registers for them. Perhaps the biggest driving force behind retailers going with PC-based POS systems is the popularity of frequent-shopper programs. Some retailers have gone so far as to completely revamp their front-end ...
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