BAL HARBOUR, Fla. -- The president of Publix Super Markets said last week that the chain wants its information systems department "involved at the highest levels to provide knowledge of systems for strategic decisions." In a keynote address at the I/T Leadership Forum 2002 here, William E. Crenshaw, president of the 714-store chain based in Lakeland, Fla., said that "technology is too expensive and important not to have their involvement." The forum was sponsored by the Food Marketing ...

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