LAS VEGAS — Speaking to many of its product suppliers at a conference here, Kroger Co. last week outlined an ambitious, multi-year plan to transform how it receives and manages product information, including the adoption of data synchronization, a master data management system and a number of new merchandising and store applications. The overall program, called Project Mercury, has been several years in the making and will be “the largest IT initiative in the company’s ...

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