When a company files for Chapter 11 reorganization, how much can its financial woes be attributed to an inadequate technology infrastructure? Information technology, regardless of how out-of-date or poorly implemented, often escapes major blame for a company's financial struggles. On the other hand, departments like store operations, marketing or merchandising are far more likely targets. But in the case of Winn-Dixie Stores, Jacksonville, Fla., which filed for Chapter 11 in February 2005, ...

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