Some companies have a history of technology excellence. For others, a commitment to using state-of-the-art technology comes later, when legacy systems can no longer be tolerated. But then the commitment becomes intense. Associated Grocers of Florida, Pompano Beach, falls into the latter group. Until three years ago, the cooperative wholesaler, which generates about $600 million in revenue serving more than 2,000 independent stores in Florida and 45 countries, was content to use the ...

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