Most supermarkets have major investments in mainframe computers and powerful servers and rely on them to perform a host of crucial functions, such as financial and human-resources applications. At the same time, supermarkets are striving to provide store managers with the data and transaction power to serve the customer efficiently and effectively. Retailers and wholesalers are leveraging their mainframe, legacy and server investments in innovative ways in the era of networked personal ...
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