MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Associated Grocers of New England here will upgrade its enterprise software program this fall, a move that will enable it to consider Internet and handheld services for the cooperative wholesaler's 500 retail customers, said Ken Peperissa, programming manager at AGNE. "Recently, we committed to the Internet as a way to streamline our operations," he said in an exclusive interview with SN recently. "Previously, AGNE communicated via a mainframe to PCs; this was slow and ...

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