LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. -- Ever since its launch one year ago, UCCnet has been flying low. While the not-for-profit, global data synchronization service got its share of publicity and was a constant presence at shows and conferences, many retailers, suppliers and others in the industry didn't have a clear picture of what it could do for them. They just didn't get it. But following a recent flurry of activity for UCCnet, change is in the wind for the organization that is attempting to bring ...
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