WASHINGTON -- When Supervalu discovered its printing programs for in-store signage were fast becoming out of date, it cast a wide net for a solution. Its call for a better computerized system was answered by several vendors, all armed to the teeth with software savvy and eager to team up with the large Minneapolis wholesaler. A desire for reduced maintenance costs, integration capability with other Supervalu products and design versatility at the store level eventually led the company to ...
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