NEW YORK -- Retailers who apply MIT-developed, product-ID technology to reduce out-of-stocks on their shelves stand to reap $98,000 per store annually, according to one of two studies released publicly last week by Pricewaterhouse-Coopers Consulting here. In the two studies, or white papers, which focus on what is known as Auto-ID technology, PwC Consulting developed hypothetical business cases that estimate for the first time the potential financial gains and costs of the technology if ...

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