Computerized direct store delivery may be the first component of the grocery industry's Efficient Consumer Response initiative to be implemented on a widescale basis. And the results have been substantial. It's saving retailers millions of dollars by reducing labor costs and eliminating paperwork. The systems also are helping ensure product payment accuracy and pricing consistency, said retailers and industry analysts interviewed by SN. The advance is being propelled by a maturing ...

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