Open-systems architecture is ushering in more than a new information age. It's bringing a shift in the role of information systems executives. With technology-driven programs playing an increasingly critical role in all aspects of store operations, from continuous replenishment to frequent-shopper programs, MIS executives are being asked to oversee an expanding array of strategic initiatives. Marty Yarborough, MIS director at Community Cash Stores, Spartanburg, S.C., said new opportunities ...

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