ATLANTA - A year-long group of pilots with four retailers and four direct-store-delivery vendors has demonstrated the ability of price synchronization to reduce invoice discrepancies, while contributing to the creation of a price standard later this year. The pilots have shown that synchronizing price data between retailers and manufacturers "ensures that the supply chain runs more efficiently and that invoice and payment processes operate more smoothly," said Ann Dozier, vice president of ...
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