WEST BRIDGEWATER, Mass. -- Officials at Shaw's Supermarkets here said it will be implementing a new program that will enable the retailer to do business with its small- and midsized suppliers electronically. Shaw's spokesman Bernie Rogan said the retailer has contracted with Advanced Data Exchange, Newark, Calif., to provide electronic data interchange services for these suppliers. Shaw's already has a program in place to serve its larger suppliers. By using EDI, suppliers and retailers ...
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