WASHINGTON -- A study that was designed to answer what the grocery industry is spending on applications development, where the money is being spent and why the industry is spending those dollars in that direction raised a few red flags in the area of information technology. Grocery manufacturers spend 1.14% of annual revenues on information systems activities, which is low compared with other industries such as telecommunications, according to a survey conducted by the Grocery Manufacturers ...

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