At Walgreens, slow and steady wins the tech race

Oct 2, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: ZDNet

The 112-year-old U.S. drug store chain is surprisingly adept when it comes to revenue-driving, customer-pleasing technology.

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The article says 53 billion dollar company. Aren't we around 73 billion? And too bad the technology for the employees isn't advanced.
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slow and unsteady is exactly what our system is. Registers are slow, photo server even worse and lets not talk about the issues we have getting everything to work after a three second power outage - which seems to be just enough to bring the slowness to a complete and grinding halt.
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The tech in the stores are behind the curve for sure. It definately hampers productivity

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