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EuroCIS Forum With Hands-on Papers On It And Security In Retail

EuroCIS, Europe's specialist fair for IT and Security in Retail, will be held in Düsseldorf from 10 to 12 February 2009. A comprehensive Forum programme has been laid on for fair visitors for all three days. Specialist visitors may benefit from the occasion of free participation in the EuroCIS Forum, held during the trade fair. This means they can choose papers they are interested in and add these to their exhibition schedule, optimising time spent there.

All proposed papers for next year's EuroCIS Forum were submitted by exhibitors and their customers to a prior thematic screening by the EHI Retail Institute. Amongst others, special highlights will be presented by IKEA, dealing with an innovative document filing system introduced by the company, a source-tagging project for the European fashion trade as well as a report on Marks & Spencer's digital visual merchandising.

In addition, Hervis Sports, an affiliate of Spar Österreich, will report on the efficient utilisation of POS systems as a component of its world-wide expansion, and Mr Ludwig Goertz of the eponymous international shoe traders will tackle cost savings and efficiency boosting measures for payment processes. A paper on maximum flexibility printer versions used by the UK Post Office also promises a high degree of practical relevance.

The remaining papers foreseen for the EuroCIS Forum will also offer a wealth of most interesting information. They include presentations on self service and self check-out projects, on digital video monitoring and they will also tackle such long running subjects as check-out and payment systems, as well as merchandise planning and control systems.

There is a conference interpreting service for all papers for English and German. This three-day EuroCIS Forum shall be held between 11.00 a. m. and 05.00 p. m. in Hall 14 on 10 and 11 February and between 11.00 a. m. and 01.00 p. m. on 12 February.



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