(FNS) -- More retailers are moving their internal communications through the Internet, considering it a cost- effective, faster method of exchanging all kinds of information, including electronic data interchange files. In addition to keeping stores connected to headquarters, and supplying them with critical company information, many organizations are giving suppliers and trading partners access to ordering, forecasting and planning capabilities through extranets. Similar to intranets, ...

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