RA'ANANA, Israel -- Retalix's acquisition of two retail software suppliers this month "gives us a platform to develop a strong ERP [enterprise resource planning] solution for Tier 1, 2, small and medium food retailers who are currently underserved," said Barry Shaked, chief executive officer of Retalix here. On April 1, Retalix, which offers a range of applications for food retailers, including point of sale and supply chain, announced that it acquired Integrated Distribution Solutions, ...
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