Use of electronic data interchange for advance ship notices, direct-store-delivery and electronic funds transfer is on the rise -- a sign that many grocery retailers and wholesalers are leapfrogging beyond basic transactions, such as purchase orders and invoices. Sources told SN that electronic data interchange transactions such as these are crucial to continued savings at all levels of the supply chain, including cutting paperwork, processing time and inventory levels in the distribution ...

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