Early advocates of Efficient Consumer Response once estimated the annual savings from widespread use of electronic data interchange at some $14 billion. Four years later, though, much of that money is still on the table. The supermarket industry has made enormous progress in adopting EDI for purchase orders and invoices. In many other areas, however, EDI use is still the exception rather than the rule, with the industry struggling to overcome implementation obstacles. Areas in which the ...
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