ELIZABETH, N.J. -- Wakefern Food Corp. here is the first company to pilot a new service that allows distributors and manufacturers to leverage their existing EDI connections to send information to, and receive information from, UCCnet's Global Registry. Sterling Commerce, Dublin, Ohio, provider of the service and a major VAN (value-added network), told SN last week that Wakefern was the first of its EDI (electronic data interchange) customers to test the new UCCnet service, called the ...
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