No doubt about it, data synchronization had a banner year in 2003. The numbers tell the story. Membership in UCCnet, the data sync arm of the Uniform Code Council responsible for the Global Registry of item data that makes synchronization possible, swelled to 2,419 companies last year, compared to 296 the year before. Many of the major food distributors signed up with UCCnet in 2003, including Kroger, Safeway, Albertsons, Price Chopper, Publix Super Markets, Pathmark and H.E. Butt Grocery; ...
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