March 2005
Convenience Store News;3/7/2005, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p52
Trade Publication
This article focuses on labor management. Symbol Technologies introduced a new enterprise mobility tool, Symbol MC3000. The handheld device is designed for businesses using in-store and backroom data capture applications. It is built on the latest Intel XScale processor with an intuitive Microsoft Windows CE.NET computing platform, for the retail worker performing tasks such as inventory replenishment, price audits, warehouse shipping/receiving and other scan-intensive applications. 7-Eleven Inc. selected the Customer Demand Solution Suite from Khimetrics Inc. to model customer needs, analyze market-basket data, and construct more precise demand forecasts.


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