SAN FRANCISCO -- Consumers are finally emerging as the dominant focus of information-technology solutions, and the change couldn't come soon enough for the future health and success of the supermarket industry. That was one of the messages delivered by three top industry executives during a wrap-up closing panel discussion at the Food Marketing Institute's MarkeTechnics show here. Consumer-centric technologies, such as portable wireless ordering, interactive point-of-sale terminals, ...

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