AKRON, Ohio -- Fred W. Albrecht Co. here expects to save nearly $5 million after launching a computer-assisted ordering and merchandising system. The retailer is rolling out several software programs this month to link store-level scan data with corporate ordering programs and build the foundation for Albrecht's future automated perpetual inventory system. "We're buying the software package to catch up to the Wal-Marts of the world," said David Stanek, vice president of management ...
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