SURVEY: EDI GROWTH SLOWED BY INTERNET

WASHINGTON -- With electronic data interchange growth slowing in the supermarket industry, more companies are looking toward the Internet for business-to-business electronic communications.This was one of the key findings of the 1998 ECR Electronic Commerce Survey, published Nov. 25 by the Food Marketing Institute here.Mike McLaughlin, a partner with Deloitte and Touche, Cincinnati, which conducted

WASHINGTON -- With electronic data interchange growth slowing in the supermarket industry, more companies are looking toward the Internet for business-to-business electronic communications.

This was one of the key findings of the 1998 ECR Electronic Commerce Survey, published Nov. 25 by the Food Marketing Institute here.

Mike McLaughlin, a partner with Deloitte and Touche, Cincinnati, which conducted the survey, said traditional EDI, which provides a set of communication stand

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