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    As the retail sector, and supermarkets in particular, grew rapidly in the 1950s, shops were faced with a major challenge: how to easily and cost-efficiently account for the thousands of stock items they held? The initial approach was based on a manual stock-take, with stores closed for prolonged periods – often monthly – or staff called in overnight to count what was in store. The process was time-intensive and often inaccurate and led to store managers having to make educated guesses about what to reorder. Retailers were in desperate need of a better way to manage and account for their stock and speed-up their check-out process…

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    …CLICK HERE to download a PDF of the brochure: The DDC OEM Medical Brochure