EDMOND, Okla. -- It isn't exactly Silicon Valley here. It certainly is a far cry from New York City's Silicon Alley, too. But, that hasn't stopped Jim Mills, owner of six Snyders IGA supermarkets in Oklahoma, from using cutting-edge technology to gain the competitive advantage over the stiff competition he faces from the "Big Boys" in his market. "We need technology to give us a more level playing field with the competition," Mills said. "Those that don't have it will suffer a tremendous ...

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