UCCnet announced last month that, while it will continue to serve as a single repository for synchronized item information, "companies will have freedom of choice to select the data synchronization provider that best meets their unique needs." to provide their synchronization services." Peter Abell, research director, retail, AMR Research, Boston, told SN he commended UCCnet for making this move. UCCnet has already started working with Transora "to ensure that their data synchronization ...
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