NEW YORK -- Now that Y2K has come and gone, supermarket executives plan to refocus their efforts on category management and electronic commerce as well as systems integration. Many information-technology budgets have been bumped up over the past several years to deal with the millennium bug, and the good news is that more than half -- 57% -- of companies report their budgets are continuing to rise this year. This steady budget growth in the wake of Y2K will leave more money available for ...

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