September 2013 – In southwest Oklahoma, there is a small town with a population of a little over 700 where the Triple C Grocery and Market is located in the town center right on Main Street. Established as a U.S. Army post in the 1850’s, Fort Cobb now has Triple C Grocery as its main post for not only groceries but just about anything else you may need. When Triple C recently underwent new ownership, they quickly realized that the needed a total revamp of their inventory management and check out systems at the store.
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