WEST BRIDGEWATER, Mass. -- Shaw's Supermarkets here has begun urging all of its suppliers to adopt not only data synchronization service UCCnet but also a U.K.-based UCCnet partner called UDEX that enhances the UCCnet process with data "normalization." Shaw's, which has been in production with UCCnet for a year and is one of 12 food distributors subscribing to the service, became the first U.S. retailer to test UDEX in July, receiving UDEX-normalized data from four private-label ...
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