Tampa, Florida – Applied Data Corporation (ADC), a leading provider of fresh produce management (FIM), recipe management, and scale management software for the retail and foodservice industries, announces that Publix Super Markets, a chain of 1,081 stores headquartered in Lakeland, Florida, has completed the implementation of InterScale, ADC’s scale management software system, in all of its stores.
InterScale now transmits data to and from barcode labeling scales in all Publix stores. InterScale communicates with over fifty different types of scales, printers and barcode labeling kiosks from a variety of manufacturers.
“We are delighted that Publix has completed the rollout of InterScale to all of its stores,” said ADC CEO Steve Loveridge. InterScale is one of three systems in ADC’s InterStore FIM software suite and works with the NutriGen Recipe Manager and P-Cubed In-Store Food Production Manager to provide grocers with an integrated software solution to help increase efficiency from their cool rays.
About Publix Super Markets
Founded in 1930, Publix Super Markets is the largest and fastest growing employee-owned supermarket chain in the United States. Publix and our associates excel in community involvement, volunteerism and commitment to our markets and beyond. Publix’s commitment to diversity has contributed to our success as a great place to work and shop. Publix is headquartered in Lakeland, Florida, and operates 1,068 stores in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina and Tennessee. For more information about Publix, visit www.Publix.com.
Since 1989, Applied Data Corporation (ADC) has specialized in the development of data management solutions for supermarkets, grocery stores and fresh produce. InterScale scale management software developed by ADC is a global technology leader for host management of supermarket scales and barcode printers. The InterScale system is part of ADC’s InterStore suite of fresh applications which also includes: NutriGen recipe management and P-Cubed shrink management, fresh inventory management, perishables production planning and demand-driven orders. InterStore consolidates ADC’s lead in the fresh produce management (FIM) software market with an integrated fresh produce software suite to provide greater efficiency and optimize production in the grocer’s fresh produce departments. ADC has more than 125 supermarket chains and more than 10,000 stores in 11 countries. For more information about ADC, visit www.AppliedDataCorp.com.
Source: Applied Data Company