ST. LOUIS -- Schnuck Markets here has reportedly begun using a new utility-management program that aggregates its stores' utility bills and interfaces with the chain's accounts payable system. Streamlining the billing process should help generate savings by reducing errors, according to a source familiar with the situation. The system can also help identify appropriate rate schedules and sites with excess energy usage, though this feature is not yet in use at Schnuck, he added. Schnuck ...

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