The 500-page product catalog -- out-of-date and overweight -- and the manual ordering methods that go along with it are poised for retirement as retailers and wholesalers migrate to more expedient electronic processes. Product ordering through an on-line catalog -- the electronic version of the printed behemoth -- is gaining momentum because it's producing immediate and tangible benefits for both retailers and wholesalers. Electronic product lists and radio frequency technology enable ...
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