TROY, Mich. -- Kmart here is planning to automate utility accounting and management with new software to be installed after the New Year in an effort to streamline its energy-management process. "What we did before was manual, this is automating the bill-paying process," said spokeswoman Teresa Stephens of the new software, which will not be installed until the year 2000. The client-server-based utility-management application allows multiple users to access utility-cost and -usage ...

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