The Internet's high speed, low cost and interoperability have already made it a potent force in on-line retailing to consumers. These same attributes are also encouraging many retailers and wholesalers to enhance and streamline their business-to-business communications by using this medium. One of the biggest questions on distributors' minds, however, is the fate of electronic data interchange as the Internet's power continues to evolve. Companies that have already made significant ...
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