RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. -- Quality Foods here is using a laser-activated wand scanner to enhance productivity and cut costs. The cordless system features a voice prompt that announces product information when a shelf tag is scanned. Quality Foods, a five-store independent, credits the system with improving accuracy at the receiving docks, slashing equipment costs and reducing the amount of time store managers need to record and transmit grocery orders. It is also enabling the retailer to make ...

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