The time has come when retailers may begin moving fast-forward with electronic data interchange. Much of the technology required to make greater use of EDI for a broad range of applications has been available for some time. Until now, however, a number of factors, from security fears to corporate backing, have slowed the rollout of EDI. But that is starting to change, at least according to some retailers interviewed by SN. "EDI is not just a technical project, because from a technical ...
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