Food retailers want to make it less complex when it comes to implementing new back office systems. That's the assessment of at least one well-respected systems consultant when it comes to taking a peak behind the IT scene. Ken Fobes, chairman of Strategy Partners Group, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., said he sees back-office systems moving toward simpler, more automated operating platforms. "I've had a thing that I've said all along, that to me the best store technology is invisible technology. ...
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