LUBBOCK, Texas -- United Supermarkets here is embarking on an extensive program to revamp its hardware and software systems and implement a technology-driven merchandising strategy. As part of a drive to enhance operating efficiency and hike productivity, United is consolidating its two hardware systems onto a single platform, said Terry Driscoll, management information services director for the 43-store chain here. In addition, United is about to launch a series of software-driven ...

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