As consolidation continues to reshape the supermarket industry, companies looking to connect two or more disparate organizations, so they function as one, need to focus on systems integration. "In an industry that seems to be consolidating at an hourly rate, systems integration enables companies to get the most efficiency out of all information systems -- from store level through the supply chain," said Mike Brown, director of retail technology for United Grocers, Portland, Ore. "Systems ...

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