Independents are investing in technology to be competitive, provide added value to their customers, streamline operating costs, and create a significant marketing point of difference. Yet as the retailers profiled below illustrate, they have different ways of approaching technology. Some independents have the confidence and connections to do it on their own, based on their specific business models. Others look for help from their wholesalers or other third parties. Lees Markets, an ...

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