One of the more recent attempts to document the benefits of global data synchronization, dubbed Project Jury, was released in March under the auspices of Capgemini, New York, and the Global Commerce Initiative. The report, called "Global Data Synchronization at Work in the Real World: Illustrating the Business Benefits," includes case studies involving Wegmans Food Markets, Dutch retailer Albert Heijn, Japanese retailer Aeon, Johnson & Johnson, Gillette, Procter & Gamble and ...
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