The future of B2B exchanges will sink or swim based on how effective they are at achieving the desired results of reducing costs and inventory, while increasing product availability and turns. That is the thinking of some supermarket executives and experts who follow the trends in this industry. When exchanges like GlobalNetXchange and the World Wide Retail Exchange, Alexandria, Va., were founded in early 1999, the thinking was eventually they would become effective tools for cutting ...
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