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March 18, 2002  Volume 3, Issue 570

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Why B2B e-markets Are Here To Stay
Part 1: Public Independent Trading Exchanges

by William C. Copacino, Roger W. Dik
Online B2B commerce is a permanent feature on the business landscape. It is changing the way business is conducted. This article explores the three robust models that have emerged.


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Today's TEC Analysis
Microsoft Throws .NET At SMEs, With CRM As Bait
by P.J. Jakovljevic, Louie Talarico
While Microsoft might be honest today with its claims of staying away from the true enterprise-level CRM applications space, no one can be sure that its appetite will remain in check for very long.



Technology Notes

How Supply Chain Projects Morph Into Black Holes
by Steve R. McVey
For all but a few astronomers, black holes are unknown in the realm of ordinary experience. Analogs do exist, however, in the more terrestrial domain of business process reengineering and take the form of supply chain management implementations. Real-life examples offer insights that may help prevent your supply chain project from collapsing into oblivion and taking your enterprise with it.




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