SCARBOROUGH, Maine - In what may be a first for the retail industry, Hannaford Bros. here has installed a time-and-attendance application on Internet Protocol telephones in a store in Westbrook, Maine, replacing conventional time clocks used by hourly employees. Hannaford is installing IP phones from Cisco Systems, San Jose, Calif., in new stores as well as existing stores that require phone upgrades. IP phones leverage data networks to transmit voice, fax and other information ...

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