This past year has been a big one for electronic data interchange at Associated Food Stores, Salt Lake City. ch it exchanges EDI documents from 200 to 800 over the past 12 months, said Doug Carlile, EDI coordinator, who spoke about it at the U Connect conference in May. He would eventually like to exchange EDI with all suppliers. The increase resulted from a concerted effort to check out the EDI capabilities of all the wholesaler's suppliers, said Carlile. About half of the 600 new ...

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