MILWAUKEE -- Wholesaler Roundy's has opened a new corporate Pick 'n Save store here that will serve as a testing ground for a number of technology-based applications aimed at consumers, including a wireless Internet cafe, biometric payment system, line-buster handhelds and a wireless point-of-sale cart. "We created a bit of a different store here," explained John Boyle, group vice president of information technology and business process, Roundy's, also based here. "It's a good place to have ...
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