DALLAS -- Speaking in the market where Wal-Mart Stores' radio frequency identification (RFID) program is being rolled out with more than 100 suppliers, Linda Dillman, chief information officer, countered questions raised about the program's cost for suppliers.
Dillman said the benefits of the new technology will be shared by supplier, retailer and customer alike, when the technology becomes widespread, which is a given. She made these comments to an overflow crowd in the opening keynote ...
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