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Electronic Shelf Labels

October 21, 2009
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Retailers first began testing electronic shelf labels in the late 1980s, but as the first decade of the new millennium draws to a close, they have yet to find a wide audience in the United States.

This white paper will attempt to explore the history, benefits and risks of Electronic Shelf Labels (ESLs), while making some predictions about when they might show up at a store near you, and what you should consider when evaluating their benefits and drawbacks.
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