Developing cohesive technology strategies in the wake of mergers and acquisitions will continue to be one of the biggest challenges facing supermarket executives heading into the next millennium. While bringing together the collective hardware and software of several supermarket chains is hard work, it will ultimately pay off in greater synergies and increased efficiencies moving forward. The effect of mergers on technology projects was one of the many topics SN discussed with Bob ...

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