The poor man's EDI

Lewis, Len
November 1996
Progressive Grocer;Nov96, Vol. 75 Issue 11, p75
Trade Publication
Presents information on problems with the electronic communication known as electronic data interchange (EDI) in the supermarket trade industry. Information on integrated data collection servers (IDCS); How IDCS make EDI simple; Use of character-recognition equipment by the United States' Post Office; Comments from Dennis Clerke, chief operating officer for Cardiff Software Incorporated. INSET: Defining data capture..


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