KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Associated Wholesale Grocers here is considering expanding the use of a document-management system that has already provided a significant savings in labor and storage in the retailer's accounts-payable area. "We've been using the system in our accounts-payable areas since October 1998, and we expect a 13-month return on our investment," said David Sanchez, director of operational accounting for AWG. "We see a tremendous amount of opportunity to use this technology to ...
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