FORT MILL, S.C. — A Bloom store here will implement a touchscreen shopping cart system called Concierge beginning in 2009, according to Springboard Retail Networks, Toronto, provider of the system. The Concierge screen, which attaches directly to the push handle of shopping carts, will offer shoppers a product-finder, in-store specials, recipes and how-to tips, as well as the ability to scan items. The system will also provide retailers with knowledge on shopper behavior and preferences to ...
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