Management information systems could win an Oscar for their supporting role in the area of merchandising. uying and merchandising decisions, MIS departments must tap into the vast data pools now available and devise enhanced tools for making more profitable decisions. The ultimate goal of MIS is to support those functions in a way that boosts profits, and that challenge is more critical today in the supermarket industry than ever before. In a diverse range of areas, including category ...

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