The front end continues to "open up" for retailers of all sizes and information systems budgets. Even those companies whose capital outlay plan allows only for limited upgrades and interfaces in 1996 say personal computer point-of-sale systems are the ultimate goal. "We are not replacing what we have, but in new stores and remodels we are putting in PC-based POS equipment," said Tony Rinella, director of information systems at Bashas' Markets, Chandler, Ariz. He said key reasons for moving ...
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