The history of technological advancement shows that once we experience progress, we never like returning to the status quo. One of my favorite examples of this is a significant western states convenience retailer that began reviewing sales margins by item multiple times per day.
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In the early ’90s, retailers were eagerly implementing all sorts of automation. The primary objective was to scan so we could see what our customers were buying, not just what we were buying from our suppliers.