Indies get a tech edge

Tanyeri, Dana
June 2009
FoodService Director;6/15/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 6, pFSB11
Trade Publication
The article reports that Distribution Market Advantage (DMA) has signed distribution deals with companies like P.E. Chang's China Bistro, Potbelly Sandwich Works, The Melting Pot and Moe's Southwest Grill, among others in the U.S. DMA, a group of regional independent broadliners was created to allow its shareholders to court chains. DMA offers a technology platform called e-Advantage, which offers chains near-real-time visibility of their purchasing and distributor performance.


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