To make sure no labor is ever lost, retailers are turning to computers to help them schedule their staffs. New software is letting retailers use point-of-sale information to predict crowds at the checkstand and deploy personnel accordingly. Although the technology has been around since the mid-1980s, managers have only recently begun adopting the latest upgraded systems to enhance their store operations. The transition is having a triple effect. It's letting retailers provide better ...

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