CHICAGO -- IGA here is installing a personal computer-based local area network this month that will lay the groundwork for streamlined operations and enhanced communications with its wholesaler-owners next year. IGA plans to switch off its mainframe system and transfer all its data processing applications to an open-architecture platform by Jan. 1. This fall, the company will finish converting data and installing new software to meet that target date, said James Anderson, assistant ...

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