Asked to identify the technology applications that received the highest priority at their companies in 2008 — and which will be high priority in 2009 — respondents to a new SN survey frequently selected systems that can help them stay afloat in troubled economic waters. These include such applications as business intelligence, category management and profit analysis. The findings are described in SN’s 15th annual State of the Industry Report on Supermarket Technology, published in the Jan. ...

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