The scanner at the store's checkout lane is a gatekeeper and monitor of financial transactions. Packaged goods must pass through to become the possession of the consumer following appropriate payment. This operation is recorded for later analysis by the trading partners. There has always been some upside to this business. True, scan data accuracy needs further improvement. True, technical improvements in the system are always being sought. But, for the most part, the scanner has been a ...
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