WASHINGTON -- Ahold is urging operating companies worldwide to adopt the new Global Data Synchronization Network (GDSN), the standards-based data sync platform launched last fall. Thus far, Giant-Carlisle, Pa., Albert Heijn, Zaandam, Netherlands, and ICA, Solna, Sweden, are in different stages of developing the capability to find and receive information about suppliers' products through the GDSN, according to Rhonda Horn, director of global adoption strategies, Ahold USA, Quincy, Mass. ...

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