HOUSTON -- Randall's Food Markets here expects to lower its labor costs and improve its pricing consistency when it rolls out a scale-management software system chainwide, by March 1999. The software, which has been used in one supermarket since last month, allows the retailer to combine different scales onto the same system and eliminates the need for manual price changes at store level, said Erik Joiner, manager of store systems at Randall's. "We will see a significant savings on labor ...

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