SAN ANTONIO -- The surge in retailer participation in Internet business-to-business exchanges is driven less by knowledge of what they will accomplish and more by a reaction to seeing their competitors become involved, said Daniel R. Wegman, president, Wegmans Food Markets, Rochester, N.Y. Earlier this year, Sears and Carrefour announced plans to create a B2B exchange, and they were soon joined by Kroger. The GlobalNetXchange resulted, followed in short order by the WorldWide Retail ...
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