LAS VEGAS — Leveraging the most up-to-date technologies today will secure an independent’s customer base in the future, a technology executive told a general session Monday at the 30th annual National Grocers Association here. “The small, agile grocers who operate a small number of stores and who train their people properly can leverage existing technologies that shoppers are using, and whatever you leverage today will help you tomorrow,” Tom Furphy, chief ...

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