WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. -- Trading partners need to begin a more active phase of data synchronization now that a large number of companies have made initial investments in the process, according to a group of retailers, suppliers and consultants at a workshop here. Executives delivered calls to action for data synchronization implementation during the session at Grocery Manufacturers of America's Executive Conference. Data synchronization is a standards-based electronic process of ...

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