It was 40 years ago at a Marsh Supermarkets store in Troy, Ohio, that a pack of Wrigley’s chewing gum made history as the first item ever scanned in a retail transaction, ushering in the era of the modern point of sale system. Much has changed since then. Architectures have evolved from computerized “dumb terminals” […]
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