Retailers investing in new point-of-sale systems are placing great importance on features that will speed the checkout process today and on technology that is flexible enough to meet tomorrow's as-yet-unidentified needs. No single point-of-sale function, though, has garnered more attention than data management. While retailers applaud the arrival of systems that can collect and store vast volumes of data -- in deeper detail than before -- they also say that the new capability makes data ...
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