GREENVILLE, S.C. — Bi-Lo has begun using Google’s Business Apps service, a Web-based communications platform that includes email, word processing, scheduling and document sharing capabilities. The chain, with more than 207 locations in four states, expects the service to produce hundreds of thousands in annual savings by improving business efficiency through enhanced communication and collaboration. For example, the switch to Google Business Apps from Lotus Notes will result in 60% email ...
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