BROOKINGS, Ore. -- C&K Markets here plans next month to become the first independent supermarket retailer to pilot a B2B electronic communication standard developed in the convenience store industry. The initial application of the standard will be on receiving and synchronizing promotional pricing and other data from direct-store-delivery suppliers. The standard, called NAXML, was developed through the nonprofit Petroleum Convenience Alliance for Technology Standards (PCATS), ...
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