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TRUNO Employee Spotlight: Donald Calvin

TRUNO|March 14, 2017

The TRUNO family is comprised of a number of employees working hard on Solutions that benefit our customers. TeamTRUNO is brilliant - we have engineers, technicians, administrators, support staff, and more who work every day to bring the best innovations and support to the retail marketplace.

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Spring Cleaning: Is Dust Collecting on Your Old Retail Technology System?

TRUNO|March 07, 2017


It’s easy to get comfortable with something we’ve had for a long time. A favorite chair. A car. A shirt.

But if the chair is sprouting springs, the car is in the shop every month for repairs, and the shirt has become more than a little threadbare, then it’s time to consider something new.

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Active Retail Helpdesk Monitoring

TRUNO|February 28, 2017

Imagine a help desk system that works while you sleep and monitors your store’s systems even when you can’t monitor them yourself.

While it may sound too good to be true, TRUNO’s 24/7 Support Center makes it happen with an active help desk that keeps your system healthy and running smoothly – even when you’ve left work behind and are unwinding after a busy day (or in the middle of a dead sleep).

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TRUNO's Recap of The 2017 NGA Show - Where Independents Gather

TRUNO|February 24, 2017

The 2017 NGA Show had its largest turnout ever with the focus to bring industry representatives from the independent supermarkets, wholesale, manufacturing, and food service together to learn about the newest products & trends and connect with fellow professionals.

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Loss Prevention Solutions: Add to Your Bottom Line

TRUNO|February 14, 2017

Many things affect the bottom line of grocery and retail stores, not the least of which is inadequate loss prevention systems. According to a National Retail Federation study, American retailers lose billions of dollars in potential sales each year due to “shrinkage” – which is the loss of inventory because of actions such as shoplifting, employee theft, administrative error, and cashier error.

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