CHICAGO -- Private and public business-to-business exchanges will coexist as they develop, according to a panel conducted at the Food Marketing Institute Show last month. "This is not an either-or scenario," said Stephen David, chief information officer, Procter & Gamble, Cincinnati, a member of the board of Transora, Chicago. "This is about 'and.' The companies that are going to be the most successful in the future are going to have both public and private exchanges." He averred that ...

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