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For instance, I think there's an incredible upside to the use of electronic shelf tags (and the smart use of dynamic pricing).
Beyond instilling greater company-wide discipline to avert these problems, grocers are pursuing such strategies as electronic shelf tags, in-store printers, hand-held terminals, certification programs, test scanners - even grease pencils that shoppers can use to write down prices on products.
The price per store for about 20,000 electronic shelf tags is between $125,000 and $150,000.
Ed Doud, MIS director at Minnesota-based Festival Foods, offers a testimonial on the NCR website in which he notes the two Festival stores that have installed electronic shelf tags experienced 3,400 fewer hours in their pricing department than stores without this technology.
At their most basic level, electronic shelf tags "close the pricing loop and allow retailers to fully utilize scan technology," Huebner says.
Try combining three technologies we use occasionally, but not together: combine smart-card customer technology with individual store computer-defined pricing rules and electronic shelf tags to make price changes instantly throughout the day.
So wouldn't you think that with today's technology such as category management, computer-assisted ordering and labor scheduling, electronic shelf tags and self-scanning that standardizing a better shopping experience would be easier?
Given what electronic shelf tags can do, you would think that supermarket CEOs would be clamoring to have them installed.
By mid-1987, electronic shelf tags that function as data entry terminals will be going into additional supermarkets, say several shelf tag manufacturers.
The electronic shelf tags tested in Canada are wireless products that clip onto the grocery shelving.
According to Skillen, 77% of Loblaw customers say that the electronic shelf tags make shopping easier, by making the retail price more readable.
If the price of the panels falls below $5 per tag, electronic shelf tags might become acceptable to many grocers.
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