Retailers are preparing to make Internet business-to-business -- or B2B -- services a central part of their procurement strategies. to buy products or synchronize information. As the executives spoke to SN, their strong interest in doing business on-line with suppliers was evident. They see B2B as a great opportunity to improve efficiencies and also to level the playing field between small and large companies. They also praised the UCCnet project of the Uniform Code Council for bringing ...
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