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Tarnowski, Joseph
May 2006
Progressive Grocer;5/1/2006, Vol. 85 Issue 7, p138
Trade Publication
This article focuses on a roundtable discussion involving several retailers in the U.S. addressing critical issues and best practices in retail technology. One question raised during the discussion is the implication of Check 21 legislation for the retailing industry. The use of point-of-sale system is described. The retailers' positions concerning perpetual inventory are highlighted.


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