WASHINGTON -- Manufacturers who implement electronic data interchange can trim about $18 from the cost of processing a typical business transaction, according to a report released today by the Joint Industry Project on Efficient Consumer Response. By replacing paper-based transactions with electronic transmission of information, some manufacturers and supermarket companies have eliminated entire layers of manual processing and enjoyed significant labor savings. Cost reductions attributed to ...
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