OMAHA, Neb. -- In an effort to improve category, promotion and price management, U-Save Foods here is in the process of installing an enterprise-wide product database. In related projects, the 14-store chain is moving to the Linux operating system and will upgrade its point-of-sale technology to a more open platform. "We believe that with the new [product database], U-Save will be able to streamline its operation and more effectively merchandise its stores," said Jim Carpenter, director of ...

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