PRINCETON, N.J. -- UCCnet here said last week it expects to have as many as 75 companies using its industry-designed, standards-based foundation for electronic commerce by year's end, and as many as 1,000 companies using it by the end of 2001. Paul Benchener, UCCnet president and chief operating officer, told a news conference here last week the estimate of 1,000 users or "trading partners," as he preferred to call them, was "conservative." The conference was held to mark the launch of ...
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