It's been a momentous year for technology in food retailing, but there's plenty left to be done in 2005. Retailers have begun to coalesce around some industry-changing new initiatives, from Global Data Synchronization to radio frequency identification (RFID). These two areas alone have the potential to take billions of dollars out of the supply chain and bring unimaginable new efficiencies to supply chain distribution. Yet both data synchronization and RFID, for all the hype, are still in ...

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