LANDOVER, Md. -- Giant Food here will begin a 140-store rollout of new PC-based point-of-sale terminals for its in-store pharmacies in May. The open-systems technology employs a graphical interface, allowing users to alternate pharmacy-specific screens, such as those containing health insurance information, with those used for tendering and other POS transactions, according to Mike Hayden, manager of store systems for Giant Food. Previously, some of the pharmacies had two separate POS ...

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