PITTSBURGH -- Giant Eagle is cutting back on shrink at the front end in its Cleveland area stores with point-of-sale shrink-tracking software. The Windows NT-based software was installed earlier this year and the retailer hopes to upgrade the Unix-based software it uses in its Pittsburgh stores to the NT version later in the year, said Dave McGeary, retail technology advisor. Giant Eagle has 202 stores in total and 55 in the Cleveland area, according to the company's Web site. In an ...

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