MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis. -- Ultra Mart here began using internetworking protocols last week that allow the retailer to analyze valuable point-of-sale data in hourly increments vs. waiting for daily reports. A new wide area network allowed Ultra Mart to begin testing Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol in its Neenah, Wis., store Oct. 6, said Mark Makofski, desktop computing manager for Ultra Mart. The installation of the wide area network -- dedicated digital telephone lines that ...
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