NASSAU, Bahamas – AML Foods here has installed POS video recognition software design to thwart sweethearting in two stores: Solomon’s Supercenter, with 140 employees, and Solomon’s Freeport, with 60 employees. The system, from StopLift Checkout Systems, Cambridge, Mass., was credited with catching a cashier scanning only $32 for $300 worth of food in a transaction with her brother’s girlfriend. “For a relatively small investment, Stoplift allows us to have more ‘eyes’ on the front end,” ...

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