Retailers are gearing up to implement a wish list of New Year's technology resolutions that extends from the front end to the back door -- and everywhere in between. In 1995, retailers will be unveiling a wide range of technology initiatives. Among them: replacing older point-of-sale systems with "open" personal computers, upgrading frequent-shopper programs and testing electronic shelf labels. Retailers also will focus on improving productivity at headquarters while enhancing interstore ...

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