Nearly half of the supermarket industry's retailers and wholesalers, 45.5%, will be involved in test programs on the Internet in 1996, up from just 12.7% last year, a new survey reveals. The vast majority of companies said their management information systems budgets will increase in 1996, with 24.5% citing budget jumps of 11% to 25%, and 7.1% even larger hikes of 25% or more. Category management will remain the top program priority among distributors in 1996, as it was in 1995. ...

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