USA: Consumer packaged goods companies continueto boost technology, e-business investments
Information technology (IT) spending in the food, beverage, and consumer products industry is increasing, driven in large part by e-business and new opportunities to reach consumers through the Internet, according to two new surveys conducted by the Grocery Manufacturers of America (GMA).Companies surveyed as part of GMA's 2000 Information Technology Spending Study, conducted annually by Computer Sciences Corporation, allocated an average of almost 1.
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