COPPELL, Texas -- Minyard Food Stores here is in the early stages of planning for an electronic data interchange system to go live in 1997, a decision that was made following recent appeals from the retailer's vendors. "We are definitely interested, though we know it will take a pretty good effort, a lot of manpower and resources and understanding of EDI standards," said John Pittman, director of corporate information systems. Currently, the retailer does its ordering manually, using a ...

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