As retailers continue to expand their industry presence through acquisitions and mergers, they are discovering that a common information systems architecture that provides a seamless flow of data across their enterprise will be the key to competing in the new millennium. "I think information-technology integration can make people's dreams become a reality if it is done correctly," said John Granger, vice president of information systems for Furr's Supermarkets, Albuquerque, N.M. "Technology ...
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