GARDINER, Me. -- Associated Grocers of Maine here is seeking to improve its distribution efficiency and inventory levels with the recent implementation of several supply-chain software initiatives. "Basically we [installed] four software modules, a [warehouse management system], a purchase order system, a store order management system and labor productivity software," said Richard Houdlette, director of operations, Associated Grocers of Maine. The wholesaler said that Y2K compliance, a ...
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