A Cheaper (and Smarter) Price Tag“Reams of paper, hours…

January 6, 2009
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A Cheaper (and Smarter) Price Tag

“Reams of paper, hours of labor and barrels of ink are typically needed for large retailers’ in-store pricing and promotions. Altierre Corp. …aims to change that with its electronic price displays. Altierre, incorporated in 2003, has developed a system that replaces the paper price displays on the edges of store shelves with electronic displays that are wirelessly linked to an in-store computer.” (via Wall St


A Cheaper (and Smarter) Price Tag

“Reams of paper, hours of labor and barrels of ink are typically needed for large retailers’ in-store pricing and promotions. Altierre Corp. …aims to change that with its electronic price displays. Altierre, incorporated in 2003, has developed a system that replaces the paper price displays on the edges of store shelves with electronic displays that are wirelessly linked to an in-store computer.” (via Wall Street Journal on Altierre Corp.)

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