OKLAHOMA CITY -- Homeland Stores here will roll out an automated direct-store-delivery system that will serve as the cornerstone for a computer-generated ordering program. The retailer, now using a manual DSD system, in September will equip one store with handheld frequency modulation devices linked directly to the corporate mainframe. Following the one-store pilot, 23 Homeland stores will have automated DSD installed by year's end and the remaining 80 stores will go on-line in 1996. ...

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