TROY, Mich. -- Along the way to moving all its merchandising, purchasing, payment and related transactions from paper-based communications to electronic data interchange, Kmart discovered that its in-house information technology resources were not up to the challenge. "We had computer systems and processing time capable of handling 1,000 different vendor document combinations," said Leonard Maida, director of implementation services at Kmart here. To fulfill the company's paperless EDI ...
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