NAPLES, Fla. -- Stop & Shop has seen an increase in store revenue over the past 12 months in a three-store pilot of a wireless, browser-based shopping cart device that provides shoppers with a wide range of applications during the shopping trip. The device, a thin-client touchscreen tablet that Stop & Shop has dubbed "The Shopping Buddy," includes a scanner that shoppers can use to scan items as they shop. The pilot also led to a reduction in deli and checkout labor while leaving ...
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