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October 2004
Chain Store Age;Oct2004 Supplement 2, Vol. 80, p49A
Trade Publication
Product Review
Evaluates several retail-technology products. Elite Loss Prevention version 1.7 solution from Aspect Loss Prevention; POSLynx Internet Protocol solution from Precidia Technologies Inc.; SensorID Deployment Manager from ADT security Services Inc.; CWDirect 8.0 order management software.


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