ATLANTA -- The supermarket industry may have moved beyond seeking to implement Efficient Consumer Response programs -- as the new era of Internet retailing takes hold -- but the results of the initiative drew heated debate during a panel discussion at the ECR 2000 conference here this month. In a discussion that pitted the established supermarket business against new ideas and on-line retailing, the heated dialogue that ensued more than lived up to the panel's billing as an "Industry ...
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