Over the past few years, the Internet has had a dramatic impact on the way retailers and wholesalers communicate with their product suppliers. In such areas as B2B trading exchanges, data synchronization and CPFR, the Web has become the de facto communication standard. Increasingly, the Internet is playing a transforming role in perhaps the most commonplace electronic exchange between trading partners -- EDI (electronic data interchange). As in so many areas, the principal driver of this ...
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