Computerized shop-at-home programs have their champions -- in particular, retailers who already offer home shopping and delivery service through telephone and fax orders. But for retailers not involved in home shopping services, key questions remain about just how popular the use of computers for purchasing products can be -- and how quickly the practice can take hold. Clearly, a host of issues remains to be addressed before the potential of computerized shopping becomes a widespread ...
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