LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Harvest Foods' singling out of information systems failures as a prime reason for filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection has puzzled industry observers and raised questions about integration and testing procedures. The 56-store company blamed its liquidity problems on "acute computer information systems failures, which led to inventory stock outages and the loss of essential retail and wholesale revenues" in a public statement about its Chapter 11 filing last month ...

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