WASHINGTON, Pa. -- Duritza Enterprises here boosted checklane productivity by 20% and trimmed training time by 25% to 30% with an open-architecture front-end system that features a powerful scanner and a new, intuitive cashier interface. Bob Duritza Jr., general manager, credits checkstand efficiency gains to the scanner's ability to read a product's bar code on the first pass from any direction. Training time was reduced with the introduction of a user-friendly cashier interface, with ...
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