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cad reviewed  chains—community compliance initiatives—a cascading issue. You may not be the direct supplier dealing with the mandate, but the supplier to, or trading partner of will also be impacted! Maturity of technology—real or perceived. More commercial offerings—new players in the field Simplicity and impact of adoption Relevant, business use case studies Inclusion of existing components—electronic data interchange (EDI, barcode, Web-based tools— RFID additive or replacing EDI and other legacy

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Software Functionality Revealed in Detail

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