The era of communicating via Standard Interchange Language protocol may finally be dawning.
With the Uniform Code Council, Dayton, Ohio, recently bestowing its official approval, and with growing usage among wholesalers and retailers such as Supervalu, Minneapolis, and Fiesta Mart, Houston, SIL may finally get the exposure and credibility it has long needed to take root in the industry.
SIL adherents say the decline of proprietary store systems, coupled with the heightened need to access ...
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