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March 2005
Convenience Store News;3/28/2005, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p60
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The article provides information about several convenience stores. It reports that the convenience store company, 7-Eleven Inc. selected Symbol Technologies' MC3000 mobile computer to improve productivity and merchandise management across its chain. The company also selected Khimetrics' Customer Demand Solutions Suite to model customer needs, analyze market-basket data, optimize price and promotions and construct accurate demand forecasts. Sheetz Inc. added Gilbarco Veeder-Root's new contact less smart-card payment option to more than 3,100 fueling positions in the company's Gilbarco-branded dispensers.


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