As wireless technology advances, many retailers are trying to use a variety of applications to reshape the traditional shopping experience at store level. The most visible initiatives that retailers are deploying include portable point-of-sale systems and wireless in-store communications. With new applications, however, come new obstacles. Wireless technology presents issues such as incompatibility with existing store systems and a high cost factor. Retailers including Kmart, Troy, Mich.; ...
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