DALLAS -- In an unusual move aimed at addressing the technology needs of independent retailers, longtime partners Fujitsu Transaction Solutions, based here, and Retalix, with U.S. headquarters here, announced last week that they have formed StoreNext Retail Technologies, effective immediately. The new company, owned equally by Fujitsu and Retalix, will target independent grocers and their wholesalers in North America. That will allow the co-owners, which have had a working partnership for ...

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